There are several varieties of flowers in Deepworld, all of which are grown from bulbs.
- Amaryllis - Pride
- Asphodelus - My regrets follow you to the grave
- Bird's Foot Trefoil - Revenge
- Carnation - Disappointment
- Coxcomb - Foppery
- Delphinium - Ability to transcend space and time
- Lobelia - Malevolence
- Tuberose - Dangerous pleasures
- Bird of Paradise
- Cactus Flower
- Trumpet Flower
- Bonsai Tree
- Ghost Tree
Currently not in-game:
How to Grow
Bulbs are used to grow flowers. Other than cactus flowers, which only grow in desert biomes, and ghost trees, which only grow in hell biomes, all flowers can only be grown in purified temperate worlds. To grow a flower, first choose a spot where there is unobstructed sky above: rain must be able to reach the bulb all the way from the very top of the sky. Then place the bulb against either earth background or a crafted backdrop block of any kind.
Flowers have several stages of growth. When a flower is fully matured, the bulb below will transform into a block of compost. You can then mine both the flower and the compost. Be sure to mine the flower before mining the compost, otherwise the flower will wither and die. To display a flower, place it directly above either a block of compost or a flower pot. Again, be sure to place the compost or flower pot before placing the flower, or the flower will die. Flowers can be placed this way in any world, regardless of biome type or purity level.
To place a bulb without having it grow into a flower, or to preserve an early stage of flower growth, put a solid block somewhere in the sky directly above it to prevent rain from reaching it.
Use a spade to mine flowers. The higher your Horticulture skill level and the better your spade, the greater your chances of recouping a bulb when you mine the flower.
Flowers contained very specific meanings in Victorian times. These meanings are rumored to make an appearance in Deepworld soon.