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Blovers blow away all balloon zombies and fog.

Sun cost:

100 sun




Single use, instant


Blows away Balloon Zombies and fog


After Beating level 4-3

Planted on:

Ground, Lily Pad, or Flower Pot




Sun cost:

50 sun




Full Board

Unlocked by:

After completing Far Future - Day 3

The Blover is a single use plant in Plants vs. Zombies and Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time. In Plants vs. Zombies, the Blover is unlocked in Fog and is used in blowing away all Balloon Zombies and fog for approximated time of 15 seconds. It spins its three large leaves around until all of it is blown away. However, the fog comes back after a while. It returns in Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time and is located in Far Future. Its purpose remains the same but now it can blow any zombies in midair.

The name Blover is a portmanteau of the words blow and clover, the latter being the Trifolium sp. genus of flowering plants noted for its triple leaves.
Blover's alamanac

Blover's almanac


Blover in Zen Garden

Suburban Almanac Entry

Plants vs. Zombies


Blovers blow away all balloon zombies and fog.

Usage: single use, instant

Special: blows away all balloon zombies

When Blover was five he got a shiny new birthday cake. Blover made his wish, huffed and puffed, but was able to extinguish only 60% of the candles. Instead of giving up, though, he's used that early defeat as a catalyst to push himself harder ever since.

Cost: 100

Recharge: fast

Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time

Sun cost: 50

AREA: Full Board


Blovers blow away all zombies in the air.

Usage: single use, instant

Special: blows away all flying zombies

The luckiest stunt clover around, Blover is the most recent recipient of the Stunty Award. You can see his work in "Bulb Fiction," "Rooty," and "Finding Flower." He also teaches stunt class on Tuesdays at the community center.


Planting a Blover costs 100 sun. Immediately after planting, the leaves of the plant spin vigorously, pushing all the fog and Balloon Zombies, even the ones behind the Blover, off to the right of the screen. The fog stays off the screen for 15 to 20 seconds, after which it drifts back to its previous location. The Balloon Zombies which were on-screen when the Blover was planted are officially defeated and do not return.


Plants vs. Zombies

It is a lot cheaper to plant one 100 sun Blover than planting five to six 125 sun Cacti or a 225 (+25) sun Cattail, and faster than two 25 sun Planterns. Blovers are good if you want to devote lawn space to more powerful plants while retaining the ability to defend against Balloon Zombies, but are more difficult to use, as the player must pay attention to when the Balloon Zombies appear. Fortunately, Balloon Zombies are somewhat slow and the Blover almost always charges in time to clear them all away. In addition, their arrival is signaled with a whooshing noise (similar to a balloon inflating), so the player can be alerted to their presence even before they enter the screen. If they don't feel like the player will be able to muster 100 sun when they need it, the player is afraid they might let a Balloon Zombie slip past their defenses, or they don't want to have to pay constant attention, a column of Cactuses or two to four Cattails may be better for the player.

As for its fog clearing abilities, a Blover can remove all the fog a lot faster (although it costs more) than two Planterns. If you want to see what's behind the fog only in certain situations, you should use the Blover, so you do not need to waste space on protecting Planterns. However, Planterns are a lot cheaper and provide visibility for as long as you can protect them, so they are more efficient.

Whether to use Blovers or not is mostly a matter of preference, although their Balloon Zombie-stopping ability should usually not be used in conjunction with Cattails (except when a massive wave of zombies during levels such as Survival: Endless prevents them from targeting the Balloon Zombies). Note that Gargantuars, Giga-gargantuars, Zombonis and Squash Zombies can destroy Blovers like any other zombie could if you aren't fast enough.

Also, plant Blovers in front of zombies to block them so that they will spend their time trying to eat it. This strategy is very useful, especially against Pole Vaulting Zombies or Dolphin Rider Zombies as they will jump over the Blover and lose their pole or their dolphin, respectively.

If you are trying to kill Balloon Zombies, wait for them to be two columns from your house, then use the Blover. This way, you kill any Balloon Zombies coming later.

Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time

Only select Blovers when you see Bug Bot Imps, Disco-tron 3000s, and Jetpack Zombies in Far Future. However, the Blover cannot blow away Bug Bot Imps when they have landed on the ground. Not only this, but you could waste your sun, and the Bug Bot Imps will continue hopping to eat your plants. Only use it if you see numbers of Jetpack Zombies and Disco Jetpack Zombies flying. This is a good idea to do so your plants will keep on attacking many zombies.

The Blover can also be an effective plant in Pirate Seas, as it counters a great variety of zombies. All Imp Pirate Zombies start in midair before they even first touch the ground, so Blover can be used to minimize the effectiveness of Barrel Roller Zombies, Gargantuar Pirates, and Imp Cannons. It also is a very helpful counter against Pirate Captain Zombies, as all Zombie Parrots onscreen can be instantly killed cheaply, leaving only a zombie that is not particularly bulky or fast.

Also, a good use of Blover is in a combination with a Plant Food fed Spring Bean. This combo will blow away all zombies besides Imp Cannon, making it a good stategy for any Endless Zone (except Pyramid of Doom as it is not given there), considering that Spring Bean is not an instant and Blover recharges fast. The only impediment is that Plant Food is not always easy to obtain. Best use of this combo is alongside Power Lily and Defensive Plants. This may also earn you the achievement, The Jettisons.

If you are going to use this against Gargantuar Primes, they must at least succesfully stepped at the first square of the lawn with their feet, not with their telephone poles. But then, you must disable them first with E.M.Peach, Iceberg Lettuce, or Kernel-pult before you can perform the Blover-Spring combo.

One thing to be careful is with Blover's delay. Blover's wind effect does not actually take place until the animation depicts Blover blowing. You must be ahead of the moment you are trying to blow by approximately one second, and must be precise, because there is only a short window of time in which Blover's wind effect happens. For harder times like Imps being thrown by Gargantuars and Bot Swarms, only practice can help to get accustomed to when you must plant Blover.

Blover can counter the Zombot Tomorrow-tron's charge attack.

Currently, Blover can blow away:


Blover2 See Blover/Gallery. Blover2


Plants vs. Zombies

Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time

  • Blover was found in the game's files before it was officially added in Far Future.
  • It now has leaves at the bottom of its stem, similar to plants like Sunflower and Peashooter.
  • It is the only plant in Far Future that returned from the original game.
  • It is the only plant to have a "Full Board" area.
  • Its look and animation is now more like an electric fan.
    • The leaves and dirt on bottom are similar control buttons and base.
    • The face is in front of the leaf center, like a fan cover.
    • The animation of slowing down before disappearing is similar to a fan being turned off.
  • The player will never get it in Pyramid of Doom, possibly because of the lack of airborne zombies to blow (except Imp Mummies thrown by Mummified Gargantuars as well as zombies bounced by Spring Beans).
  • If you blow away 30 Jetpack Zombies with Blovers in a single level, you get the achievement The Jettisons.

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