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[edit]Flowers
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
Dandelion
Classic 0.0.20
Others
1.7.2 (13w36a)
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
Dandelion
yellow_flower
Small Flowers
red_flower
Double Flowers
double_plant

Flowers are naturally occurring plants that spawn randomly in clusters on grass blocks. They can be planted on grass, farmland, podzol, and dirt blocks. Flowers cannot be cultivated like trees, sugar cane, or crops, but can occasionally spawn when bone meal is used to generate patches of grass. Flowers can be used to make dyes. In 1.8, the dandelion and oxeye daisy can also be used to feed rabbits and apply patterns banners respectively.

Contents

[edit] Obtaining

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. Certain flowers generate only in certain biomes.

When bone meal is applied to a grass block, flowers have a chance of spawning instead of tall grass. Flowers and tall grass will spread naturally over grass blocks up to five blocks radius around. In order for this to work, the grass block must either have no blocks above it to obstruct sun/moonlight, or must be lit with at least a light level of 8. The spawned flower depends on the biome.

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

[edit] Flower biomes

This chart shows in which biomes flowers can generate, and in which biomes they can spawn when using Bone Meal.

Flower Plains Sunflower Plains Swamp Roofed /Forest Flower Forest Any other

Dandelion
Yes Yes No Yes No 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

[edit] Usage

All flowers can be used as decoration. Sunflowers always face east, like sunflowers in the real world, so they can be used as a direction guide.

[edit] For breeding

Dandelions can be used to breed rabbits in 1.8[upcoming].

[edit] As a crafting ingredient

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description

Any Banner
(1.8)

Oxeye Daisy +
Any Banner




Grid layout Arrow (small).png White BannerOrange BannerMagenta BannerLight Blue BannerYellow BannerLime BannerPink BannerGray BannerLight Gray BannerCyan BannerPurple BannerBlue BannerBrown BannerGreen BannerRed BannerBlack Banner
Oxeye Daisy White BannerOrange BannerMagenta BannerLight Blue BannerYellow BannerLime BannerPink BannerGray BannerLight Gray BannerCyan BannerPurple BannerBlue BannerBrown BannerGreen BannerRed BannerBlack Banner



Grid layout Shapeless.png

Banner- flower.png
Emblazons a black flower charge (flower icon)

Any Banner
(1.8)

Oxeye Daisy +
Any Dye +
Any Banner




Grid layout Arrow (small).png White BannerOrange BannerMagenta BannerLight Blue BannerYellow BannerLime BannerPink BannerGray BannerLight Gray BannerCyan BannerPurple BannerBlue BannerBrown BannerGreen BannerRed BannerBlack Banner
Oxeye Daisy Bone MealOrange DyeMagenta DyeLight Blue DyeDandelion YellowLime DyePink DyeGray DyeLight Gray DyeCyan DyePurple DyeLapis LazuliCocoa BeansCactus GreenRose RedInk Sac

White BannerOrange BannerMagenta BannerLight Blue BannerYellow BannerLime BannerPink BannerGray BannerLight Gray BannerCyan BannerPurple BannerBlue BannerBrown BannerGreen BannerRed BannerBlack Banner
Grid layout Shapeless.png

Banner- colored flower.png
Emblazons a colored flower charge (flower icon)

Dandelion Yellow

Dandelion or
Sunflower




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Dandelion YellowDandelion Yellow2

DandelionSunflower



Grid layout Shapeless.png

Light Blue Dye

Blue Orchid




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Light Blue Dye

Blue Orchid



Grid layout Shapeless.png

Light Gray Dye

Azure Bluet or
Oxeye Daisy or
White Tulip




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Light Gray Dye

Azure BluetOxeye DaisyWhite Tulip



Grid layout Shapeless.png

Magenta Dye

Allium or
Lilac




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Magenta DyeMagenta Dye2

AlliumLilac



Grid layout Shapeless.png

Orange Dye

Orange Tulip




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Orange Dye

Orange Tulip



Grid layout Shapeless.png

Pink Dye

Pink Tulip or
Peony




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Pink DyePink Dye2

Pink TulipPeony



Grid layout Shapeless.png

Rose Red

Poppy or
Red Tulip or
Rose Bush




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Rose RedRose RedRose Red2

PoppyRed TulipRose Bush



Grid layout Shapeless.png

[edit] Rose

[edit]Rose
Rose.png
Rose
Type

Plants

Only available in

Xbox 360 Edition, Playstation 3 edition

Durability

N/A

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (64)

First appearance

Classic 0.0.20

Data value

dec: 38 hex: 26 bin: 100110

Roses are only available in the Xbox 360 Edition, versions of Minecraft before snapshot 13w36a, and PlayStation 3 Edition. They were removed from the PC version in version 1.7.

They could be crafted into two rose reds. They were held and dropped by iron golems. After snapshot 13w36a, Iron Golems now hold and drop poppies.

[edit] As a crafting ingredient

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description

Rose Red

Rose




Grid layout Arrow (small).png Rose Red2

Rose



Grid layout Shapeless.png

Xbox 360 Edition only.

[edit] Cyan Flower

[edit]Cyan Flower
Cyan Flower.png
Cyan Flower
Type

Plants

Only available in

Pi Edition

Durability

N/A

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes

First appearance

Pocket Edition Alpha 0.1.0

Data value

dec: 38 hex: 26 bin: 100110

Cyan Flowers replace roses in Pi Edition.

In a video preview of Pocket Edition on the Xperia PLAY, a cyan flower was visible.[1] Jeb stated that they exist as replacement for roses, following some hardware problems; cyan colored flowers are not planned to be added in the PC version of Minecraft.[2]. It was replaced with the Poppy as of Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.9.0.

They served absolutely no function but merely decoration. They cannot be used in crafting in any way.

[edit] Unimplemented

[edit] Paeonia

Paeonias are an unimplemented block that was replaced by the two block high peonies.

There was only one screenshot of the block released by Jeb. When held into the hand, you hold it up level to your shoulder. The texture can still be found for this block called flower_paeonia.png.

[edit] Data Values

Block 37

DV Description

0 Dandelion

Block 38

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 175

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.

[edit] Video

[edit] History

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.
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.
A map generation glitch made it impossible to find red flowers without using bone meal.[3]
1.9 The red flower glitch was fixed.
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.
Upcoming
1.8 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.

[edit] Trivia

  • 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 transparent blocks, flowers can break falling objects, like sand.
  • Jeb noted that peony were the flowers that were used for his wedding.[4]
  • 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 bonemeal in a Flower Forest depend only on the X and Z 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.

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