Rocket Flower

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Rocket Flower
A Rocket Flower from Super Mario Odyssey.
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
Latest appearance Minecraft (Bedrock version) (Village & Pillage) (2019)
Effect Temporarily increases Mario's running speed and allows him to travel on water.

Rocket Flowers are collectibles that first appear in Super Mario Odyssey. They are very similar to the Turbo Nozzle from Super Mario Sunshine and the Dash Pepper in Super Mario Galaxy 2, in that Mario temporarily gains speed and becomes able to run on water and up steep inclines. The effect wears off once the Rocket Flower's power is exhausted, if Mario bumps into any object, or does a ground pound. Mario can use up to three Rocket Flowers at a time, each one adding to the amount of time the power lasts. The power is activated by Cappy returning to Mario after being thrown at the flowers. They appear throughout the Wooded Kingdom after Mario defeats Spewart. They also appear in the Seaside Kingdom, Moon Kingdom, Mushroom Kingdom, and in other kingdoms' bonus rooms.

At the end of the game, Mario tries to offer Princess Peach a Rocket Flower over Bowser's Piranha Plant Bouquet.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ロケットフラワー[1]
Roketto Furawā
Rocket Flower
Korean 로켓 플라워
Roket peullawo
Rocket Flower
Russian Ракетоцветок
Rocket Flower


  • The sound emitted from the Rocket Flower is similar to the sound the P-Meter makes when it is full, but harmonizes with the background music.
  • The Rocket Flower's appearance resembles that of a white rose mallow.
  • In the Super Mario Mash-up for Minecraft, Rocket Flowers replace Lilies of the Valley.
  • Though the Rocket Flower does not appear in Super Mario Bros. Wonder, one of the possible answer options for one of the questions in the Wonder Effect of Taily's Toxic Pond mentions the Rocket Flower.