Garden (Super Mario Galaxy)

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This article is about the dome in Super Mario Galaxy. For the area in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, see Garden (Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon).
World
Garden
SMG Garden Exterior.png
Screenshot of the Garden's exterior.
Appearance Super Mario Galaxy
Super Mario 3D All-Stars
Levels 5 (inc. Hungry Luma galaxy)
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“This is the Garden. It's a secret room!”
Luma, Super Mario Galaxy

The Garden is a dome in Super Mario Galaxy. It is the sixth and final dome that is accessed in the game. It is unlocked once Mario or Luigi recovers the Grand Star from Bowser Jr.'s Lava Reactor.

From the outside, it looks like a pink pearl with a golden decoration similar to a tiara on top. Inside, the Garden is expansive, even having a sky. However, the player cannot venture outside the small cluster of rocks that make up the boundary of the "room". As with all domes, the Garden has a Pull Star in the center that is used to access its galaxies.

Unlike the other domes, the Garden lacks a boss galaxy, as the final Grand Star is located within Bowser's Galaxy Reactor. Mario does not need to enter the Garden in order to reach Bowser's Galaxy Reactor, as he can just collect the sixty Power Stars (including the six Grand Stars) required to access it from previous galaxies. There is a 1-Up Mushroom atop the observatory's spire above the Garden. It can only be retrieved via the use of a Red Star.

Galaxies[edit]

Mario sleeping in the garden dome
Screenshot of the Garden's interior.
Ripped Quality
Render Garden's interior.
Garden dome galaxies. "Super Mario Galaxy World Map," so to say.
The Garden galaxies.
Model of the Garden Dome from Super Mario Galaxy
Galaxy Description Star(s) Unlocking criterion
A screenshot of Deep Dark Galaxy during "The Underground Ghost Ship" mission from Super Mario Galaxy.
Deep Dark Galaxy
A ghost-type galaxy with a large starting planet. Kamella is fought here twice, once regularly and once during Daredevil conditions. Guppy is found here during the third regular mission of the galaxy. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Icon for use in infoboxes.Icon for use in infoboxes.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy. Collect 46 Stars and complete Bowser Jr.'s Lava Reactor.
A screenshot of Dreadnought Galaxy during the "Revenge of the Topman Tribe" mission from Super Mario Galaxy.
Dreadnought Galaxy
A galaxy that is a mechanical and technological battle station, focussed entirely on the battleship called "The Dreadnought". There are many futuristic-looking planets here. Topmaniac is fought here twice, once regularly and once during Speedrun conditions. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Icon for use in infoboxes.Icon for use in infoboxes.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy. Collect 48 Stars.
A screenshot of Matter Splatter Galaxy during the "Watch Your Step" mission from Super Mario Galaxy.
Matter Splatter Galaxy
A galaxy that is heavily centred around periodically disappearing and reappearing surfaces. The Spring Mushroom appears here. The only enemies found here are Magikoopas. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy. Collect 50 Stars and complete Heavy Metal Mecha-Bowser.
A screenshot of Melty Molten Galaxy during "The Sinking Lava Spire" mission from Super Mario Galaxy.
Melty Molten Galaxy
A large galaxy made entirely out of lava and rock. Fiery Dino Piranha is fought during the third regular mission of the galaxy. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Icon for use in infoboxes.Icon for use in infoboxes.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy. Collect 52 Stars.
Snow Cap Galaxy
Snow Cap Galaxy
A small snow-themed Hungry Luma galaxy. Three Star Bunnies are found here. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy. Complete The Sinking Lava Spire and feed the Hungry Luma 1,600 Star Bits.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ロフト
Rofuto
Loft
Chinese 阁楼
Gélóu
Loft
French (NOA) Jardin Garden
French (NOE) Grenier Attic
German Loft Loft
Italian Attico Attic
Korean 옥탑방
Oktapbang
Loft, Rooftop
Spanish Ático Attic

Trivia[edit]

  • The background music inside the Garden plays only the first part of the main dome soundtrack, and then uses bird noises for the remaining time.