Honeybloom Galaxy

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Honeybloom Galaxy
Area World 2 
How to unlock Get a Power Star from either Boulder Bowl Galaxy or Hightail Falls Galaxy, then feed the Hungry Luma on the World 2 map 700 Star Bits
Comet(s) Green Comet 
Level(s) Bumble Beginnings
The Secret Wall Jump
Green Star 1
Green Star 2 
Stars Smg2 icon powerstar.pngSmg2 icon powerstar.pngSmg2 icon greencomet.pngSmg2 icon greencomet.png 
Galaxy Icon The Starting Planet 
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“We came here in search of a Power Star for our queen!”
Bee, Super Mario Galaxy 2

The Honeybloom Galaxy is a galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy 2 that can be unlocked after feeding the Hungry Luma 700 Star Bits. This galaxy introduces the Bee Mushroom, which can turn Mario into Bee Mario, allowing him to fly for a short period of time. The whole level takes place on one large cube-shaped planet with a side-scrolling view. The stage is filled with several obstacles, including spiky Stretch Plants which Bee Mario has to dodge. There are also small plants that will grant Mario one Star Bit when touched. Mario enters this galaxy sliding along a long vine with the small plants, collecting more Star Bits on the way. Because the level is filled with tight spots and high areas, Mario will have to try to stay as Bee Mario for most of the level.

This galaxy, with the Honeyhop Galaxy, plays a jazzy remixed tune of the Honeyhive Galaxy / Gold Leaf Galaxy theme.


NOTE: Unless otherwise noted, all names are unofficial.

Starting Planet[edit]

Most of the level takes place in this big, sidescroller planet full of flowers, vines, and grapes that Bee Mario can bounce on. Common enemies on this planet are Choppahs and Venus Flower Traps.

Log Wood Planet[edit]

This planet is mostly made of a giant log and colourful woods. In this planet is also found Spiny Stretch Plants.



Bumble Beginnings[edit]

Mario near the end of the level, near some Stretch Plants.

Upon entering the galaxy, Mario will find some Bees searching for their Queen's Power Star. Once Mario has progressed a bit more, he'll find a Bee Mushroom. To complete this mission, the plumber has to make his way to the end of the Honeybloom Planet using his Bee Form and bouncing off of grapes. When he gets there, he'll find the Power Star above a cloud guarded by a Choppah. After getting the Power Star, a Bee will send Mario a letter saying "Well done! None of us bees could get that Power Star!". The letter will also contain a 1-Up Mushroom.

The mission gets its name from combining the stereotypical beginning to biographies, "Humble Beginnings", with Bumblebee.

Names in other languages
Language Name Meaning
Japanese 進め!ハチマリオ
Susume! Hachi Mario
Proceed! Bee Mario
Spanish (NOE) ¡Las mieles de Mario! Mario's honeys
French Abeilles et merveilles Bees and marvels
German Summ summ summ, Jungbiene Mario! Buzz around, young Bee Mario!
Italian Vola, Vola, Vola l'Ape Mario Fly, Fly, Fly Bee Mario

The Secret Wall Jump[edit]

To complete this mission, Mario has to use the first swing he finds. When swinging on it, he must perform a Star Spin to reach the two walls, then use the Wall Kick on them until he reaches the top. Then, the only thing left is to get the Power Star. After returning to Starship Mario, Mario will find a Bee will be on board.

Names in other languages
Language Name Meaning
Japanese お見事!スーパーカベキック
Omigoto! Sūpā kabekikku
Wow! Wonderful wall jump
Spanish (NOE) La escalada secreta hasta la estrella The secret climb to the star
French Le mystère du saut mural The mystery of the Wall Jump
German Ein erinnerungswürdiger Wandsprung A memorable Wall Jump
Italian Calcio a Parete Memorabile Memorable Wall Kick

Green Star 1[edit]

Location of the first Green Star.

To get this star, the player has to go through the first mission. The Green Star is above a flying Choppah near the end of the bouncing fruit area.

Green Star 2[edit]

Location of the second Green Star.

Green Star 2 is above the vine after the two swings. To reach the star, one may use the second swing and jump to the left and fly to the top of the edge using the Bee Mushroom, and from there, jump to the right and fly to the star.


Audio.svg Honeybloom and Honeyhop galaxies theme - Honeybloom Galaxy soundtrack, a remix of the music from Honeyhive and Gold Leaf galaxies from Super Mario Galaxy, and shared with Honeyhop Galaxy.
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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フラワーヘブンギャラクシー
Furawā hebun gyarakushī
Flower Heaven Galaxy
Spanish Galaxia Floriflor Floweryflower Galaxy
French (NOA) Galaxie du printemps éternel Eternal spring Galaxy
French (NOE) Printemps éternel Eternal spring
German Honigblüten-Galaxie Honeybloom Galaxy
Italian Galassia Eden Alveare Eden Hive Galaxy
Chinese 百花天堂銀河
Bǎihuā tiāntáng yínhé
Flowers Heaven Galaxy


  • The Italian name of the mission "Bumble Beginnings", "Vola, vola, vola l'Ape Mario" is a reference to the Italian opening of the anime "Maya the Bee".
  • When the first mission is completed, the player will receive a letter from a bee saying thank you for finding a star, and they had trouble doing it.
  • The Honeybloom and Fleet Glide Galaxies are the only Hungry Luma galaxies in Super Mario Galaxy 2 that have no Prankster Comet, except the Green Comet. However, while the Honeybloom has the distinction of being the only Hungry Luma galaxy with a secret star, the Fleet Glide's would-be secret star is replaced with a Jibberjay invitation.