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|Abilities||A Plant gets +3/+3.|
|Stinky, sure, but powerful stuff. Ask any Plant.|
Fertilize is a basic common plant trick card appearing in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes and a member of the Mega-Grow card tricks. It costs 3 to play. When played, a selected plant will gain +3/+3. Its zombie counterpart is Vitamin Z.
Fertilize is based on fertilizer, which is mostly made of animal manure and is basically plant food. Its name is a verb which means to make a plant fertile.
- Class: Mega-Grow
- Tribe: Trick
- Abilities: A Plant gets +3/+3.
- Set - Rarity: Basic - Common
Stinky, sure, but powerful stuff. Ask any Plant.
Like Vitamin Z, Fertilize can be used early-mid game as a boost for plants like Skyshooter. It can also be used late game for a better boost to an already strong plant. Giving it to plants like Repeater or Bananasaurus Rex is even more beneficial, as they attack at least twice per turn. Since this is a trick, using it on Re-Peat Moss will make the plant attack again with very high strength given from the Fertilize, so this is also a great tactic if you want to clear out a big zombie or deal lots of damage to the opposite hero. Try using this trick to buff up plants like Threepeater which will make it deal 4 damage in three lanes and 12 damage to the zombie hero.
Fertilize can be quite dangerous since it can turn a seemingly harmless plant into a threat, and potential threat into a dangerous fighter that can change the whole game. Therefore, destroying plants boosted with this should be the top priority. You can either use Locust Swarm, Rocket Science or Deadly to do this. However, bouncing the plant is also a good solution, because it would make the plant hero waste the Fertilize and some sun.
- Its description alludes to how fertilizer is made out of manure of animals.
- The bag has the Plant Food's leaf symbol on it.