Sims 4 Seed Packets – Complete Guide


About Gardening and Seed Packets in Sims 4

If you’ve ever done some gardening in Sims 4, chances are that you’ve run into all the different kinds of seed packets too. These seed packets are extremely useful and valuable for growing different kinds of plants in the game, and you must know what each of them does. So in this post, I’ll give you a complete guide on the seed packets in Sims 4!

But first of all, what are seed packets? And how do you actually get them?

Seed packets are items that you can purchase from your Sim’s computer. You can also find them in the build mode, in the “Outdoor Activities” category. Seed packets contain seeds that you can plant and watch them grow. There are flower seeds, herbs, fruits, vegetables, magic beans, and more.

Each seed packet is sold separately and has a different price. The rarer the seeds are, the more expensive their packets are too. Many seed packets come from the base Sims 4 game, but some were introduced with DLCs such as Vampires, Seasons, and Cats & Dogs. Take a look at the table below to check the details.

That said, let’s see all the different types of seed packets in Sims 4.

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All Seed Packets in Sims 4

This is a simple table to help you navigate through the different types of seed packets in the game.

Seed PacketCostContainsComes from
Starter Flowers§35Blue Bells, Chrysanthemum, Daisy, HollyBase Game
Starter Fruits§35Apple, Grapes, PlantainBase Game
Starter Herbs§35Basil, Parsley, SageBase Game
Starter Vegetables§35Carrot, Mushroom, Spinach, Bell Pepper, Green Pea, Taro RootBase Game
Farmer Flowers and Fruit§75Apple, Blue Bells, Chrysanthemum, Daisy, Grapes, Holly, Plantain, StrawberryBase Game
Farmer Veggies and Herbs§75Basil, Bell Pepper, Carrot, Green Pea, Mushroom, Parsley, Sage, Spinach, Taro RootBase Game
Uncommon Plants§250Blackberry, Bonsai Buds, Cherry, Lily, Rose, Spinach, Tomato, Trash Fruit, Avocado, Black Beans, Christmas Rose, Snowdrop, Coconut, Pineapple, Taro RootBase Game
Rare Plants§1000Angry Magic Bean, Confident Magic Bean, Cow Berry, Dragon Fruit, Death Flower, Flirty Magic Bean, Growfruit, Orchid, Playful Magic Bean, Pomegranate, Sad Magic Bean, Uncomfortable Magic Bean, Bird of ParadiseBase Game
Starter Growfruit§20GrowfruitBase Game
Garlic Seeds§100GarlicVampires
Wolfsbane Seeds§250WolfsbaneVampires
Plasma Fruit Seeds§300Plasma FruitVampires
Sixam Mosquito Trap Seeds§75Sixam Trap MosquitoVampires
Catnip Herb Packet§25Catnip, Madnip, Napnip, NuzzlenipCats & Dogs
Seasonal Summer Plants§100Basil, Blackberry, Cherry, Lemon, Plantain, Bell Pepper, Green Bean, Begonia, LilySeasons
Seasonal Fall Plants§100Apple, Lemon, Pear, Onion, Carrot, Green Bean, Grape, Rose, Snapdragon, Begonia, DahliaSeasons
Seasonal Winter Plants§100Lemon, Pear, Onion, Spinach, Crocus, Holly, Snow Drop, Christmas Rose, PotatoSeasons
Seasonal Spring Plants§100Lemon, Strawberry, Carrot, Green Pea, Daisy, Bluebell, Rose, Snapdragon, Crocus, TulipSeasons
Pack of Bizarre Seeds§10Bizarre FruitStrangerVille

Once you buy a seed packet, you can use it to grow a plant. In this table, you can see what each seed packet contains, so you know what to expect from each as well. For example, you can only use the Garlic Seeds packet to grow garlic and nothing else.

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Seed packets are especially handy for multiplying your plants in gardening. Thanks to them, you can speed up the improvement of your garden and have more plants overall. I hope you found this guide informative and helpful.

Happy simming!

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