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Flower
Dandelion.pngPoppy.pngBlue Orchid.pngAllium.pngAzure Bluet.pngRed Tulip.pngOrange Tulip.pngWhite Tulip.pngPink Tulip.pngOxeye Daisy.png
Sunflower.pngLilac.pngRose Bush.pngPeony.png
DandelionPoppyBlue OrchidAlliumAzure BluetRed TulipOrange TulipWhite TulipPink TulipOxeye DaisySunflowerLilacRose BushPeony
Type

Plants

Physics

No

Transparency

No

Luminance

No

Blast resistance

0

Hardness

0

Tool

Any tool

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (64)

Flammable

No

First appearances

See History

Drops

Itself

Data values
Dandelion
dec: 37 hex: 25 bin: 100101
Small Flowers
dec: 38 hex: 26 bin: 100110
Double Flowers
dec: 175 hex: AF bin: 10101111
Name

See Data values

Flowers are naturally occurring plants that come in a variety of shapes and colors.

Obtaining[edit]

See also: Flower farming

Flowers can be instantly broken with any item (or no item).

Natural generation[edit]

Flowers naturally generate on dirt and grass blocks. Even in a biome covered with snow, flowers will generate naturally on dirt blocks with grass, despite the adjoining dirt blocks being covered with snow.

Bone Meal[edit]

When bone meal is applied to a grass block, flowers have a chance of spawning instead of tall grass on the targeted block and adjacent grass blocks up to 8 blocks away. The spawned flower depends on the biome (see below).

When bone meal is applied to a double flower, a second double flower will spawn as an item.

Flower biomes[edit]

This chart shows the types of flowers that can naturally generate in each biome, and which biomes can spawn flowers when bone meal is used.

Flower Plains Sunflower Plains Swamp Forest Flower Forest Any other

Dandelion
Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes

Poppy
Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes

Blue Orchid
No No Yes No No No

Allium
No No No No Yes No

Azure Bluet
Yes Yes No No Yes No

Tulips
Yes Yes No No Yes No

Oxeye Daisy
Yes Yes No No Yes No

Sunflower
No Generation No No No No

Lilac
No No No Generation Generation No

Rose Bush
No No No Generation Generation No

Peony
No No No Generation Generation No

Usage[edit]

All flowers can be used as decoration.

Navigation[edit]

Sunflowers always face east, so they can be used as a direction guide.

Breeding[edit]

Dandelions can be used to breed rabbits.

Crafting ingredient[edit]

Data values[edit]

Non-dandelion flowers use data values to differentiate between flower types. They also have block states which will replace data values in the future.

Block 37

Dandelions have the ID name minecraft:yellow_flower.

DV Description

0 Dandelion
Block 38

These flowers have the ID name minecraft:red_flower.

DV Description

0 Poppy

1 Blue Orchid

2 Allium

3 Azure Bluet

4 Red Tulip

5 Orange Tulip

6 White Tulip

7 Pink Tulip

8 Oxeye Daisy
Block 38 (Pi Edition)
DV Description

0 Cyan Flower
Block 38 (Console Edition)
DV Description

0 Rose
Block 175

These flowers have the ID name minecraft:double_plant.

DV Description

0 Sunflower

1 Lilac

2 Double Tallgrass

3 Large Fern

4 Rose Bush

5 Peony

8 Top Half of any Large Plant; low three bits 0x7 are derived from the block below.

Block state[edit]

minecraft:red_flower

Name Value Description

 type
poppy
Poppy
blue_orchid
Blue Orchid
allium
Allium
houstonia
Azure Bluet
red_tulip
Red Tulip
orange_tulip
Orange Tulip
white_tulip
White Tulip
pink_tulip
Pink Tulip
oxeye_daisy
Oxeye Daisy

minecraft:yellow_flower

Name Value Description

 type
dandelion
Dandelion

Video[edit]

History[edit]

Classic
0.0.20 Yellow flowers and roses added.
Flowers could be placed on all block types, including lava and on top of each other. Flowers would also "float" when the block beneath them was broken.
0.24_06 Flowers now spawn naturally in worlds.
Beta
1.6.6 Flowers can now be regrown. Bone meal was given the ability to generate them as well as tall grass when used on a grass block.
1.8 Yellow flowers became more abundant.
Official release
1.7.2 13w36a Renamed roses to poppies. Texture changed from Grid Rose.png to Grid Poppy.png.
Yellow flower renamed to dandelion.
Many new flowers were added: blue orchid, allium, azure bluet, tulip (red, orange, white, pink), oxeye daisy, sunflower, lilac, rose bush, and peony.
Flowers are now flammable.
1.8 14w17a Dandelions generate in Flower Forest biomes.
14w27a Dandelions can be used to breed tamed rabbits.
14w30a Oxeye daisies can be used to apply patterns to banners.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.1.0 Cyan flower added.
0.5.0 Cyan flower is tagged as rose
0.8.0 build 5 The position of flowers is now randomized.
0.9.0 build 1 Added new flowers: poppy, blue orchid, allium, azure bluet, tulip (red, orange, white, pink), oxeye daisy, sunflower, lilac, rose bush, and peony.
Removed cyan flower.
build 3 Added dye recipes for all flowers.
Console Edition
TU1 Added yellow flowers and roses.
Pi Edition
0.1.1 Added cyan flowers and dandelions.

Trivia[edit]

  • Due to the nature of the flowers' spawning algorithm, it is possible (but relatively rare) to find naturally-spawned flowers and grass in lava, caverns or abandoned mine shafts.
    • Also, it is possible to find a flower dropped as an item on the ground naturally, because it didn't generate on dirt or grass blocks, thus dropping itself.
  • Like other non-solid transparent blocks, flowers can break falling objects, like sand.
  • Jeb noted that peonies were the flowers that were used for his wedding.[1]
  • Neither roses nor rose bushes apply damage when walked through, despite roses having thorns.
  • Two-block tall flowers can hide you from mobs since the flowers are as tall as a player is and mobs cannot see through transparent blocks like plants.
  • Avoid using give commands to get two tall flowers, as the wrong number can corrupt your map beyond recovery.
  • Flower spawns from bone meal in a Flower Forest biome depend only on the horizontal position; the world seed has no effect. The flowers spawned with the chunk do depend on the world seed.
    • The flowers spawn along a gradient: poppy, allium, azure bluet, red tulip, orange tulip, white tulip, pink tulip, oxeye daisy.

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]