A Leppa Berry (Japanese: ヒメリのみ Himeri Fruit) is a type of Berry introduced in Generation III. It is the spiritual successor of the MysteryBerry from Generation II, having a nearly identical effect when used on or by a Pokémon.
Growth and harvest
A Leppa Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 16 hours, with 4 hours per stage. A Leppa tree will yield 2-3 Berries.
A Leppa Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 16 hours, with 4 hours per stage. A Leppa tree will yield 2-5 Berries.
A Leppa Berry will mature from a planted seed to a full-grown, fruit-bearing tree in 24 hours, with 4 hours per stage. A Leppa tree will yield 4-15 Berries. During its growth, watering the plant will add 1.5 Berries to the final harvest, weeding it will add 1.5, and removing a pest will add 3.
A Leppa Berry, if held by a Pokémon, can restore 10 PP of the first move that drops to 0, or can be used as an item to restore 10 PP to any move.
When used in conjunction with Natural Gift, a Leppa Berry will take on the Fighting-type with a power of 60.
At 100% performance, this Berry will contribute 60 units of powder.
At 100% performance, a Leppa Berry will produce at least a level 13 Spicy Poffin when cooking alone.
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In the anime
In the manga
- The Leppa Berry is one of only two Berries which has a unique growth period: In Generation III it was the only Berry that grew in 16 hours, while it is joined in that group by the Oran Berry and Persim Berry in Generation IV. The only other Berry with a unique growth period is the Lum Berry.
- When used from the Bag, its effect is identical to that of a regular Ether.
- The Leppa Berry and Lunar Dance are the only methods of PP restoration in link battles outside of the Wonder Launcher.
||ヒメリのみ Himeri no Mi
||From 姫林檎 himeringo, plumleaf crab apple
||From pomme, apple
||From mela, apple
||From manzana, apple
||과사열매 Gwasa Yeolmae
||From 沙果 (사과) sagwa, apple
| Chinese (Mandarin)
||蘋野果 / 苹野果 Píngyě Guǒ*
||From 野蘋果 / 野苹果 yěpíngguǒ, wild apple
||From 紅 hóng (red) and 蘋果 píngguǒ (apple)
||蘋野果 Pìhngyéh Gwó*
||From 野蘋果 yéhpìhnggwó, wild apple
||From its English name