Relax at your garden and unlock new spots where you can grow plants in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor — How to Unlock Garden Plots

Relax at your garden and unlock new spots where you can grow plants in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor.

There are several side activities in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. One of these is gardening, which will put all the seeds you’ve discovered to good use. Still, you might be wondering if you can find additional space for your plants. Here’s our guide to help you unlock Garden Plots in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. You’ll need to for the Growth Spurt trophy and achievement

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How to Unlock Garden Plots in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor

As you explore the planet of Koboh, you’ll find items called Koboh Seed Pods (there are 145 of these in total). These come from various fauna with glowing green fireflies fluttering around them. However, you won’t have any use for them until you complete the Forest Array main objective.

Once you’re done with that, you’re told that the Garden has opened up on the rooftop of Pyloon’s Saloon. You can get there by climbing the steps from the second floor.

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At the start, you’ll only have one Garden Plot in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. You can test the mechanics here, which are simple enough. Simply place a seed that you’ve acquired. You’ll notice hexes denoting the size (i.e., small, medium or large). Once placed, you’ll have to wait for several minutes to pass until the plant has fully grown.

Now, if you want to unlock new Garden Plots in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, you’ll need to progress the campaign further. Specifically, you have to go to the planet of Jedha, with the main story objective of reaching the Pilgrim’s Sanctuary.

As you’re making your way to the mountaintop refuge, you’ll meet a character named Pili. Talk to Pili, and she’ll happily go to Pyloon’s Saloon.

Screenshot by GameSkinny

From this point onward, you’ll be able to unlock Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Garden Plots. You can access these by opening your first plot, then checking the Plants tab, followed by pressing the map button.

From here, simply add more seeds and wait for them to grow. As more flowers bloom, you’ll have new Garden Plots available (up to a maximum of four).

Screenshot by GameSkinny

Unlocking more Garden plots and planting seeds is just one particular side activity in the game. There are others that might pique your interest, such as Bounty Hunters, Holotactics, and Aquarium Fish. In any case, to learn about other game mechanics, you can visit our Star Wars Jedi: Survivor guides hub.

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