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This page lists for Plants vs. Zombies 2. Please note that things change over time and that some things listed now might become scrapped later. For these reasons, the concepts page serves as an archive of past features.

New Vasebreaker levels

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Three new levels of Far Future, Dark Ages, and Big Wave Beach Vasebreaker have been added to the code, though specifics are currently unknown.


Specific to Far Future and Dark Ages Vasebreaker

  • The Vasebreaker levels for Far Future and Dark Ages have been in the game since a very early version of Plants vs. Zombies 2.




There is currently a data for the jukebox in the code. It is unknown how it works or where it can be played. However, it could provide a way to listen to the game's soundtrack.


The code suggests that it can be played in the pause menu and Endless Zones. It also has UI but currently has no textures.


This suggests it has a Song List, Rewind Button, Fast Forward Button, Play Button, Loop Button, and Shuffle Button.


It also appears they will have album artwork for every world.

Dark Ages Expansion

Dark Ages is getting 10 new levels as well with its own new zombies. As of the release of the 6.0.1 update, the player can see empty slots for these three new zombies in the Almanac. It appears that there will be a new variant of Brickhead Zombie, a Rally Zombie variant, and an upgraded version of Wizard Zombie. These slots were removed since the 6.2.1 update , so they probably have been scrapped.




There are 14 mint-themed plants called Power Mints. These plants include: Ail-mint, Appease-mint, Arma-mint, Bombard-mint, Conceal-mint, Contain-mint, Enchant-mint, Enforce-mint, Enlighten-mint, Fila-mint, Pepper-mint, Reinforce-mint, Spear-mint and Winter-mint. They will boost types of plants. They cannot be imitated or instant recharged. They will all be bought using 100 mints as well.



{NPC_ENTER:winnie}{SAY:winnie}Power Mints can be leveled up with mints you earn from Battlez.


{SAY:winnie}Leveled up Power Mints last longer and can be planted more often




Penny: Empower-mints are powerful plants you can acquire through Battlez.

Penny: They provide a big boost to plants in their family.



Pepper-mint is a Power-Mint. It sets off a lane of fire in all lanes similar to Jalapeno when planted and provides a boost to all Pepper-mint family plants which are fire plants.

Almanac Description

Pepper-mints set off lane-wide bursts when planted and provide a temporary boost to all Pepper-mint Family plants on the lawn.

Pepper-mint Family Plants:

Fire Peashooter2 Ghost Pepper2 Hot Date2 Hot Potato2 Jack O' Lantern2 Jalapeno2 Lava Guava2 Pepper-pult2 Snapdragon2 Torchwood2

Pepper-mint likes heat. He's down on flames, he digs on fire, he's a total madman for oxidition and ignition. If he sees you rubbing two sticks together, he'll come over and ask about it. He can't help himself.



  • It will boost all fire plants from the Fire Piñata.


It will provide a boost to all piercing plants on the lawn. While being unfinished, it currently appears to increase the strikethrough amount of Cactus’s spike.

Almanac Description

Spear-mints generate a number of higher-level Spikerocks on the board and provide a temporary boost to all Spear-mint Family plants on the lawn.

Spear-mint Family Plants:

Bloomerang2 Cactus2 Homing Thistle2 Laser Bean2 Spikerock2 Spikeweed2

""Slash!"" Spear-mint enthuses. ""Slishy-slashy-slice!"" she adds, wanting to make sure she's getting her point across. She wants to be very clear on this.



When planted, Enchant-mint will hypnotize three random zombies. According to the game data, it boosts other plants with similar bewildering effects, such as Hypno-shroom and Caulipower.

Almanac Description

Enchant-mints randomly hypnotize a random number of zombies and provide a temporary boost to all Enchant-mint Family plants on the lawn

Enchant-mint Family Plants:

Caulipower2 Hypno-shroom2 Imitater2 Intensive Carrot2 Power Lily2 Shrinking Violet2 Tile Turnip2 Witch Hazel2

""I just love musical theater," says Enchant-mint. Yeah, it doesn't have much to do with magic or his abilities or his strategic strengths, but it's a fact. He just likes the songs."



Enlighten-mint is a Power Mint.It produces sun upon planting in a similar manner to Gold Bloom, and boosts sun-producing plants, such as Sunflower and Sun-shroom. 



Winter-mint is a Power-Mint. When planted, it chills all zombies onscreen. It boost ice plants, such as Iceberg Lettuce and Cold Snapdragon.



Ail-mint is a Power-Mint. When planted, it poisons all zombies onscreen. As of now, it only boosts Shadow-shroom.




While being unfinished, it currently appears to temporarily power all Shadow plants on the board, in a similar manner to Moonflower’s aura effect. In addition, it drags all zombies down in a manner similar to Grimrose.

It currently boosts these plants with its ability:



  • It has the same colors as a powered Shadow plant.
    • This may be because it powers Shadow plants.


Appease-mint is a Power-Mint. Nothing is known about it, due to a lack of textures and code. The only place it appears is in its own Premium Plant Quest in the code. One could assume it boosts pea plants, such as Pea Pod and Threepeater.



  • It appears to have parts of it made of peas
    • It also appears to have something in its mouth, similarly to a Peashooter before it shoots out its pea.


Enforce-mint is a Power Mint. When played it shrinks all zombies onscreen. It also cannot be imitated or instant recharged. It boosts melee attacking plants, such as Bonk Choy and Phat Beet.


Unknown Peashooter Plant

The "unknown" plant was found in the textures, it is unknown what it does but it looks like a Peashooter variant.



  • As of now, Shadow-shroom is the only plant to be effected by two different power-mints (those being Conceal-mint and Ail-mint).
  • For unknown reasons, Cactus used to be in the Enchant-mint family.