Garden of Eatin'

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Garden of Eatin'
Garden of Eatin'
Appears in Mario Party: Island Tour
Type General minigame
Time limit 10 seconds
Music track Make No Mistakes

Garden of Eatin' (Blooming Nuisance in British English) is a General luck-based minigame from Mario Party: Island Tour. The American English name is a pun on the Garden of Eden.


A blue Toad and yellow Toad are seen watering plants. While the blue Toad's plant bears a flower, the yellow Toad receives a Piranha Plant, and he gets bitten shortly after. After a fade-out, the next scene shows the player characters holding watering cans as the minigame starts.


Players have to choose one of several plants to water within a 10-second time window, with each plant moving about in different fashions before watering. If a player has not made a selection before the time runs out, they will automatically choose a plant. After everyone has made their selection, they all water their plants. Any player whose end result is a flower stays in the game for the next round. If the end result is a Piranha Plant, it bites the affected players and launches them away. The game continues in a similar fashion until one player is left standing, with that player winning the game. The more rounds that have passed, the fewer plants that become available to potentially water.

If this minigame is played in Bowser's Tower, the game only lasts two rounds. If the player survives the second round, even if at least one bubble clone also gets past two rounds, they will still continue to the next floor regardless.


  • Circle Pad – Move
  • A Button – Confirm

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Pick a plant to water, and hope for the best! Piranha Plants are mixed in among regular flowers."

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese えらぶな!パックンフラワー
Erabu na! Pakkunfurawā
Don't Choose! Piranha Plants
Dutch Bijtende Bloeiers Biting Bloomers
French (NOA) Mauvaise graine Bad Seed (French expression meaning someone grumpy)
French (NOE) L'arroseur arrosé Sprinkler Sprayed (can also mean "The biter being bit")
German Gärtnerei des Grauens Nursery of Horrors
Italian Sorpresa botanica Botanical surprise
Portuguese Planta da Sorte Luck Plant
Spanish Riego arriesgado Risky Watering