Daisy Mae

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This article is about the special character. For the villager, see Daisy.
"Turnips, turnips! Watch 'em rise! Try to earn a nice surprise!"
— Daisy Mae, Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Daisy Mae
Japanese ウリ Korean 무파니 Chinese 曹卖
French Porcelette Italian Brunella Spanish Juliana
German Jorna Dutch Daisy Mae Russian Дейзи-Мей
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Species Gender
Boar Female
Birthday May 5th Taurus
Service Selling Turnips
Main Appearances
Other Appearances

Daisy Mae is a special character who debuted in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. She sells Turnips to the player, taking over the role established by Joan, her grandmother, in previous games.


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Daisy Mae in New Horizons

In New Horizons[edit]

Daisy Mae visits the player's island every Sunday, arriving at 5 A.M. and leaving at 12 P.M. She wears a blue dress with a red bow and a white hood, with similar pound-sign patterns to Joan's work pants. She also has a drip of blue mucus running from her nose. She has black eyes with large red cheeks and a basket with turnips on her head.

If the player buys at least 100 Turnips from her on Sunday, they'll receive Bamboo Shoots from her via mail the next day.

Other appearances[edit]

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Daisy Mae in Pocket Camp

In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp[edit]

Daisy Mae is a guest character in Pocket Camp. She hosted the Daisy Mae's Pickin' Patch garden event from April 30, 2020 to May 11, 2020, providing the player with furniture from the Farm-Fresh Veggie Patch Set.




  • According to the official companion guide for New Horizons by Future Press, Daisy Mae has a bad habit of eating Turnips rather than selling them, much to Joan's dismay.
  • One of Isabelle's quotes when asked about island evaluation, relayed from Daisy Mae, suggests that she took over Joan's role due to her weakening knees.

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ウリ
From ウリ坊 uri-bō (wild boar piglet) and 売り uri (to sell)

Korean 무파니

Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
曹卖 / 曹賣
Cáo mài
The Chinese family name 曹 (Cáo) has the same pronunciation as 炒 (stir-fry). 炒 also holds the modern meaning ‘mark up for profit’. So literally 炒 (‘mark up for profit’) and 卖 (sell).

Russian Дейзи-Мей
Phonetic transcription of her English name

Dutch Daisy Mae

German Jorna

European Spanish Juliana Likely from Hesperis matronalis/Juliana and a nod to Joan's Spanish name, Juana

European French Porcelette From porc (pork), and a nod to Joan's French name, Porcella

Italian Brunella From bruno (brunet) and ravanello (turnip), and a nod to Joan's Italian name, Nella

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