Garden Theme

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For the collection of Japanese garden items in Animal Crossing: Wild World, Animal Crossing: City Folk, and Animal Crossing: New Leaf, see Zen Garden Set. For the collection of garden items in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, see Furniture/New Horizons/Garden.
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The Garden Theme in a room in Animal Crossing
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The Garden Theme (erroneously referred to as the Mossy Garden Theme in the official guide for Animal Crossing[1]) is a furniture theme that first appears in Doubutsu no Mori. It is a collection of Japanese garden-inspired furniture items. The theme was discontinued in Animal Crossing: Wild World when some of the items were removed and the few remaining pieces became the Backyard Set. While many of the theme's original items were brought back in Animal Crossing: City Folk, the collection's theme status was never renewed and it would remain a set both in that game and in Animal Crossing: New Leaf.

Item list[edit]

Animal Crossing[edit]

Garden Theme in Animal Crossing

Item Image Type Buy price Sell price Available from
Deer Scare Deer Scare Furniture  1,800 Bells  450 Bells  Crazy Redd's
Garden Pond Garden Pond Furniture  2,580 Bells  645 Bells  Raffle
Low Lantern Low Lantern Furniture  2,100 Bells  525 Bells  Tom Nook's store
Pond Lantern Pond Lantern Furniture  1,980 Bells  495 Bells  Tom Nook's store
Shrine Lantern Shrine Lantern Furniture  1,980 Bells  495 Bells  Tom Nook's store
Tall Lantern Tall Lantern Furniture  1,980 Bells  495 Bells  Tom Nook's store
Mortar Wall Mortar Wall Interior Not for sale  1,750 Bells  Wendell
Mossy Carpet Mossy Carpet Interior Not for sale  2,000 Bells  Saharah
Includes data sourced from this Item Spreadsheet, compiled by TimeSword3D, AlexBot2004, Cuyler, Ruthless Cutie, SuperHamster, and vmario.

References[edit]

  1. Animal Crossing: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide, page 99