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Flowers are a type of environment modifier that form a part of some levels in Plants vs. Zombies 2. The player must not let the zombies trample the flowers at all costs. Before the 1.7 update, when a level is successfully completed without the flowers being trampled, the player would get a star. After the 1.7 update, they are obligatory challenges present in some levels in order to be able to advance. The levels with this objective present state the rule "Don't let the zombies trample the flowers". This, along with the star system, are still present in the Chinese version of the game.
On a level which the objective is not to trample the flowers, the player should plant more defensive plants and also instants, like Cherry Bomb. Plants that explode in a 3x3 area are useful because it can be a last-second approach of not letting the zombies trample the flowers. Grapeshot is a great choice in these kind of levels, as it can explode (killing all the zombies in 3x3 area that are approaching the flowers.
Defensive plants, especially high health ones like Tall-nut are vital to beat levels like this. The player could plant Tall-nut or other defensive plant at the right of the flowers, so the zombies would be blocked from trampling them. Chard Guard is also useful in levels like this, because although its health isn't high, you can use it to knock zombies back away from the flowers. But when the Chard Guard loses all its leaves, you will have to plant another Chard Guard in its place. Infi-Nut can also prove useful in this level, as its force field can block all the zombies on each lane from trampling the flowers. However, once the force field is gone, the Infi-nut is just like any regular defensive plant, and the zombies will be able to advance to the flowers again.
Slowing plants or stalling plants like Stallia, Iceberg Lettuce, or Winter Melon are useful in these kind of levels because the zombies will walk slower to the flowers, giving more time for the player to build up his/her defenses.
- If the player successfully completes a level with flowers, the blossoms will grow stems underneath them.
- Flying zombies cannot trample the flowers.
- Hypnotized zombies can trample flowers and cause the player to lose. This is because even though they are hypnotized and therefore on the plants' side, they still count as zombies.
- When trampled, the flowers turn yellow, wither, and die.
- It seems to be a bit cross-eyed.
- Despite that, when a zombie is close to a part of the flowers, all the flowers will look to the right.
- Zombies blown over the flowers with Hurrikale, pulled over by plants such as Spikeweed, Spikerock and Fume-shroom will not count as trampling them. This is to prevent the player from instantly losing very easily.
- If the flowers are located in the middle of a tile, the player can plant on the flowers without the flowers being hurt.
- All-Star Zombies used to be able to jump over flowers if timed properly.
- Like any other objectives, when the player lets a zombie trample the flowers, a brain still appears if the player loses.
- However, the losing message will say "Don't let the zombies trample the flowers" in green text instead.