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Banana Slakoth Garden

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Banana Slakoth Garden
バナナナマケロ園 Banana Namakero Garden
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Banana Slakoth Garden
Region Hoenn
Debut The Garden of Eatin'

The Banana Slakoth Garden (Japanese: バナナナマケロ園 Banana Namakero Garden) is an anime-only location in Hoenn located between Fortree City and Lilycove City. The garden is a reserve for Slakoth to eat bananas.

The garden appears in The Garden of Eatin', where it is in danger of being eaten out by a Snorlax. In addition to eating all the food, the wild Snorlax uses Yawn to make other Pokémon fall asleep. The garden's owner, Marcel, uses his newly evolved Vigoroth to oppose Snorlax; Vigoroth's Vital Spirit means Yawn has no effect. Marcel later catches Snorlax and creates an attraction featuring Snorlax's Yawn attack. Since there is now a Vigoroth in the garden, Marcel has decided to rename it the "Banana Slakoth and Vigoroth Garden".

Pokémon seen in the Banana Slakoth Garden

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Slakoth
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Slakoth → Vigoroth
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Snorlax


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