Genshin Impact Serenitea Pot Gardening System Guide
Genshin Impact’s Serenitea Pot’s getting some farming capability added in in the way of a Gardening System, detailed by miHoYo themselves in a handy little preview page! Have you ever gotten a bit annoyed climbing cliffs for half an hour trying to get Violetgrass for Qiqi? Are Silk Flowers just spawning in too low of a frequency for you to get Xingqiu up in ranks? Well, now with the Seed Gadget we’ll be seeing in Inazuma, we’ll no longer have to dedicate a day to traveling everywhere in Teyvat for resources. Why farm across a continent when you can farm at home? The Serenitea Pot system will now be seeing a way to make gardens you can grow your most needed resources in convenience and comfort. We’ll be covering the bare basics, but if you want to read the article miHoYo put out themselves, you can check that out here.
To start the Art of Horticulture quest, you’ll need to have Rank 3 Reputation with Inazuma and will require you to drop off some Naku Weed for Madarame Hyakubei for a World Quest. After that, go get your new Seed Dispensary from Madame Ping. When you equip this gadget and collect flowers, you’ll now get their seeds too.
Need more seeds of something you’ve gathered before? You can now buy some in the Realm Depot with your Realm Currency. So, where do you plant these things? First, you’ll need to get the blueprints from the Realm Depot for some plots of land. They’ll be in the subcategory “Riches of the Realm,” and there’ll be three, for the time being, all at the cost of 300 Realm Currency. The three available all can only grow certain crops and will have four spots per patch that you can grow something on.
The fields will be in the “Landform” tab for the build menu. Also, if you placed a bunch down and then proceeded to forget you put them, they’ll be visible on the mini-map. Finally, when you plant something, you’ll see a timer show up showing you how long you have to wait until you can harvest the items.
Change your mind on what you wanted to harvest? You can clear the patch at any time, though you won’t get that seed back. It’s the little things like this Gardening System that are slowly but surely fleshing out the Serenitea Pot. It’ll be exciting to see what we get later down the road to play with in our little teapot abodes. If you haven’t checked out the rest of the things Inazuma’s bringing, check out our preview page coverage here! ‘Til next time, folks, this is Traveler Cory signing off.