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A cuttable plant is an overworld obstacle in the core series games that can be removed by cutting it. These plants can be cut down by the field move Cut or the Secret Technique Chop Down.
From Generation I to V, these plants are small, skinny trees. In Generation VI, they are thorny bushes. In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, they are small plants but sprawl widely to obstruct the player.
| Route 204
|| A plant blocks access to TM78 (Captivate).
| Eterna Forest
|| The outside area of this forest is blocked by two plants in the southwest corner and two plants in the northeast corner. These blocked passages serve as a shortcut between two parts of Route 205.
| At the inside, two plants near the southern entrance block a small optional passage. Unblocking this passage is a way to avoid stepping on some tall grass.
| At the inside, three plants block the entrance to the Old Chateau.
| Eterna City
|| Three plants block access to Team Galactic Eterna Building.
| Route 209
|| A plant blocks access to TM47 (Steel Wing), at the south of the Lost Tower.
| Route 212
|| At the west of this route, a plant blocks access to TM11 (Sunny Day). It is also reachable via water.
| A plant blocks access to a X SpecialDP / Hyper PotionPt, near the southeastern exit.
| A plant blocks access to a Zinc near the shard collector's house.
| Route 215
|| A plant blocks access to a Fist Plate near Black Belt Gary at the middle of the route.
| A plant blocks access to soft soil with Berries at the middle of this route.
| A plant blocks access to TM34 (Shock Wave) south of the largest grass patch, near the eastern exit.
| Route 222
|| A plant blocks access to a Carbos.
| Route 225
|| Two plants block a small area below a bridge near the southern entrance, where a Rare Candy is found.
| A plant blocks access to a Lax Incense, located west of the house.
| Two plants block a small shortcut at the middle of the eastern side, which may be used to avoid walking on some tall grass.