Flower Fields

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Not to be confused with Wildflower Fields.
“Flowers can speak, you know. I heard Mario talking with them. Then he went through a magical door to their land.   I'd love to go there.”
Toad Town bulletin, Paper Mario
Flower Fields
Mario and Lakilester in Flower Fields.
Mario and Lakilester walking through Flower Fields
First appearance Paper Mario (2000)
Greater location Mushroom Kingdom
Ruler Wise Wisterwood
Inhabitants Amazy Dayzees, Bub-ulbs, Bzzaps!, Crazee Dayzees, Flower Spirits, Monty Moles, Ruff Puffs, Spinies, Lakitus

The Flower Fields are fields in the northwest area of the Mushroom Kingdom in Paper Mario. It is home to the Flower Spirits and Bub-ulbs and the location of the sixth Star Spirit, Klevar. Mario can enter the Flower Fields by going through a magic door in Minh T.'s garden unlocked by the Magical Seeds. According to the map, the Flower Fields are surrounded by mountains.

When Mario first enters the Flower Fields, it is dark and cloudy with overcast skies due to it being attacked by Huff N. Puff and his minions, which are planning to cover the Flower Fields in clouds. Due to this, the Sun is prevented from shining on the fields, causing the area and its inhabitants to wither.

In Chapter 6, "Dark Days in Flower Fields", the player can explore around Flower Fields, and the player can perform favors for the inhabitants. After talking to the sun in the Sun Tower, a Lakitu attacks Mario. After he is defeated, the Lakitu, who is known as Lakilester, joins Mario's party. After that, Mario grows a beanstalk with the Magical Bean, Fertile Soil and Miracle Water, and he uses it to climb up to Cloudy Climb. After defeating Huff N. Puff and his minions and saving Klevar, Flower Fields returns to its normal state.

Flower Fields has a main hub with three paths on each side leading to various areas. The center hub also contains the vine that leads to Cloudy Climb, Wise Wisterwood, and a flower named Tolielip that gives false information. Flower Fields is also the only area in the game without any form of instant healing.

There are several paths that sprout from the hub.



For enemy formations in Flower Fields, see here.


In addition to the items dropped by enemies, overworld items found in this area include:

Item Image Location

Star Piece (x6) A Star Piece, from Paper Mario.
  • Under a hidden panel in the southwestern corner of the Petunia scene.
  • Under a hidden panel in front of the Yellow Berry tree on the southwestern road.
  • In the flowers near the Blue Berry tree in the northeastern corner of the first scene on the southeastern road.
  • Under a hidden panel under the hidden block in the second scene on the southeastern road.
  • On a high platform at the northeastern corner of the first scene on the northwestern road.
  • On the rightmost arch in the first scene on the northeastern road, the player should Spin or Tornado Jump on the bridge to reveal it.
Happy Flower Happy Flower Badge.png Dropped after hitting the middle tree, the right tree and the left tree on the eastern road.
Magical Bean MagicBean PM.png Given by Petunia after defeating the Monty Moles.
Flower Saver Flower Saver Badge.png Thrown out of a well after throwing a Blue Berry in at the end of the eastern road.
Fertile Soil Some Fertile Soil from Paper Mario. Given by Posie when talked to.
Crystal Berry CrystalBerry PM.png Given by Posie at the end of the south western road when doing Rosie's favor.
Water Stone Water Stone Given by Rosie after giving her the Crystal Berry.
Miracle Water MiracleWater PM.png Given by Lily after using the Water Stone.
Mega Smash Mega Smash Badge.png Inside a stair platform in the second scene on the northwestern road, the player should blast the rock and fall down to get it.
Letter A letter In a bunch of flowers in the second scene on the northeastern road.
Stinky Herb PaperMario Items StinkyHerb.png In the bush on the wall in first scenes, usually near the center.
Dizzy Dial PaperMario Items DizzyDial.png In a question block in the second scene on the southeastern road.
Maple Syrup PaperMario Items MapleSyrup.png In a hidden block in the symmetrical position in the second scene.
Shooting Star (x2) PaperMario Items ShootingStar.png
  • In a hidden block above the question block in the first scene on the western road (can be gotten by hitting the other hidden block first).
  • In a bunch of flowers in the second scene on the northwestern road.
Red Berry PaperMario Items RedBerry.png On the tree in the northwestern corner of the Petunia scene.
Yellow Berry Yellow Berry On the tree in the first scene on the southwestern road.
Blue Berry PaperMario Items BlueBerry.png On the left tree in the first scene on the southeastern road.
Bubble Berry PaperMario Items BubbleBerry.png On the tree at the center of the second scene on the southwestern road (accessible after using the Water Stone).
Jammin' Jelly PaperMario Items JamminJelly.png In the tree at the northeastern corner at the end of the southeastern road.
Thunder Rage PaperMario Items ThunderRage.png In a hidden block at the northeastern corner of the second scene on the northeastern road.

Hidden ? block[edit]

Item Image Location

PaperMario Items MapleSyrup.png Maple Syrup Image of Mario revealing a hidden ? Block in Flower Fields, in Paper Mario. In the area with the Bubble Tree on the eastern grassy area, Mario should jump slightly northwest of the first patch of yellow flowers -- directly in the opposite spot from the visible block in the west -- to reveal the hidden ? Block.
1 Coin Image of Mario revealing a hidden ? Block in Flower Fields, in Paper Mario. In the area one screen west of the Wise Wisterwood, with the blue flower guard, Mario should jump at the spot between the Springboard and the Brick Block to reveal the hidden ? Block.
PaperMario Items ShootingStar.png Shooting Star Image of Mario revealing a hidden ? Block in Flower Fields, in Paper Mario. In the same area, Mario should jump from the same Springboard onto the revealed ? Block, then to the Brick Block and jump again to reveal another hidden ? Block.
PaperMario Items ThunderRage.png Thunder Rage Image of Mario revealing a hidden ? Block in Flower Fields, in Paper Mario. One screen west of the area with the Puff Puff Machine, in the northeastern corner, is another hidden ? Block. Jumping in the area between the two patches of yellow flowers will reveal it.


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  • Tattles:
    • "This is the portal between the flower garden in Toad Town and Flower Fields. The Wise Wisterwood, who's the elder of this fair land, watches over the area. Talk about a big tree!"
    • "There's another platform up there, but I don't think we can get up there. I hate these flower patches! They totally cover me! Those three trees seem to be important to me. If we hit them right, something might drop."
    • "Petunia makes her home here. But I didn't know that Monty Moles did, as well."
    • "A tree's been cut down here. And there's a well. Do you think we can get water from there? You never know, something might be living in there... What if something weird jumps out at us? Well, it could!"
    • "Since it's called Flower Fields, you know there have to be lots of flowers around here. But there are also a few trees."
    • "What crystal clear water! Just looking at it refreshes me! I feel like a new Goomba!"
    • "I guess they couldn't call it Flower Fields without flowers. Me, I'd rather have some tasty fruit than pretty flowers. As short as I am, when we walk through flowers, I can't see a thing! And I have allergies! It's not a whole lot of fun."
    • "Boy, if you like flowers, this is the place to be. Look at all the foliage! Hey, by the way, blue trees produce Bubble Berries."
    • "It looks like there hasn't been water here in a while. And there's just one flower. How very sad."
    • "Look at all the flowers. Even the flowers blooming along the road are beautiful here in Flower Fields."
    • "It's a hedge maze. I hope we don't get lost. I'm not very good at mazes. Still, I know you'll get us through all right. You're Mario!"
    • "Oh, I love rose gardens! Roses are just the best. Although they do have thorns, don't they? All of the most beautiful flowers have thorns. At least that's what they say."
    • "Lily looks happy in her replenishing spring, huh? It's so much more beautiful here when there's water flowing. Do you think this water flows to all parts of Flower Fields? I've heard that this water is absolutely bursting with healthy nutrients."
    • "Look, a flower blowing lots of bubbles! Will wonders never cease?"
    • "This area is full of flowers. Red flowers, blue flowers, yellow flowers... even orange flowers are blooming. It looks like there are a lot of Lakitus in bloom, too."
    • "It's the Sun Tower. This is where the sun comes to rest. Do you think it's waiting here or being forced to stay?"
    • "Green, purple and red... the platforms are all different colors. If you jump on them hard, they'll move up and down. We need to figure out the right order to move them in."
    • "There are flower patches bordering this path. It looks peaceful, but there are lots of briar patches and enemies around, so be careful."
    • "What happened to the wall here? It looks like it collapsed. This place seems very different from the rest of Flower Fields."
  • In-game map description:
    • The Flower Gate is the only entrance to Flower Fields. Many kinds of flower bloom in this aromatic garden region.
    After Chapter 6


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フラワーランド
Furawā Rando
Flower Land

Chinese 鲜花原野[1]
Xiānhuā Yuányě
Flower Field

French Champ de fleurs
Flower field
German Blütenfelder
Flower Fields
Spanish Campos Floridos
Flowery Fields


  • Close examination of the Paper Mario map indicates Flower Fields is isolated from the surrounding Mushroom Kingdom by being located atop a massive, remote column of stonework, parts of which can be seen while Mario explores the fields.


  1. ^ From iQue's localization of Paper Mario: 新人库帕 (November 9, 2021). 神游纸片马力欧速通 (1:07:48). Bilibili (Simplified Chinese). Retrieved July 2, 2024.