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If you were looking for the plants Apricorns grow from, see Apricorn.
If you were looking for the plants Berries grow from, see Berry.
If you were looking for the Egg Group with the same name in Stadium 2, see Grass (Egg group).
If you were looking for the power plant, see Power Plant.

A plant is a type of item used to decorate bedrooms in the Generation II games and secret bases in the Generation III and IV games.

Generation II

In the second generation of games, there are three plants available. All are obtained using Mystery Gift.

  • MagnaplantSpriteGSC.png Magnaplant
  • TropicplantSpriteGSC.png Tropicplant
  • JumboplantSpriteGSC.png Jumboplant

One feature of Pokémon Stadium 2 allows players to view the entire room and its decorations, including any plants, in 3-D.

Generation III

In the third generation of games, there are six plants available. These can be bought at the Pretty Petal Flower Shop on Route 104 after obtaining TM43 (Secret Power) on Route 111.

  • RedPlantSprite.png Red Plant - PokémonDollar.png3000
  • TropicalPlantSprite.png Tropical Plant - PokémonDollar.png3000
  • PrettyFlowersSprite.png Pretty Flowers - PokémonDollar.png3000
  • ColorfulPlantSprite.png Colorful Plant - PokémonDollar.png5000
  • BigPlantSprite.png Big Plant - PokémonDollar.png5000
  • GorgeousPlantSprite.png Gorgeous Plant - PokémonDollar.png5000

Generation IV

Main article: Goods

In Generation IV, plants are purchased from Goods Merchants in the Underground in trade for spheres.

  • Pretty Flowers - 8 Green Spheres
  • Lavish Flowers - 8 to 9 Green Spheres
  • Dainty Flowers - 9 Green Spheres
  • Lovely Flowers - 8 to 9 Green Spheres
  • Poké Flower - 11, 20 or 30 Pale Spheres
  • Bonsai - 8 to 9 Green Spheres
  • Potted Plant - 20 to 21 Red spheres

Generation V

Main article: Décor

In Generation V, plants can be used to customize the Pokémon Dream World, and can be bought from berries.

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