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Mechanics

To survive, a flower must be planted on a grass or dirt block which either: has a clear path to the sky directly above it (as to not obstruct sunlight), or is artificially lit with at least a light level of 8. If neither of these conditions are met, the flower will quickly pop out of the ground. This attribute allows flowers to be used in the creation of light-sensitive mechanisms.

Even in a biome covered with snow, flowers will generate naturally on dirt blocks with grass, despite the adjoining dirt blocks being covered with snow.

When bonemeal is used on a grass block, a variety of flowers may grow. There are several types of two-block tall flowers (i.e. sunflower) which cannot be generated with bonemeal. They can, however, be «farmed» by using bonemeal on the flower bush. This will cause the plant to drop an additional flower of that type.

If a is fed a flower and then milked with a bowl, the bowl will be filled with suspicious stew.

Trivia

  • Before PC 1.7.2, PE , and console TU25/CU14/1.17, poppies were textured differently and called «roses.»
  • On SMP, placing a flower on a stone block with a layer of snow on top would result in the flower being planted normally. This was fixed in update 1.5.
  • Due to the nature of their spawning algorithm, it is possible (but relatively rare) to find naturally-spawned flowers in lava caverns.
  • In update 1.8

    This has been fixed in 1.9.

    , a map generation glitch made it impossible to find red flowers without using bone meal.

  • If «pirate» is selected as the language in the game settings, a rose is called «lady’s flower».
  • In Minecraft Classic, when flowers are placed on other objects other than dirt, they will disappear. Similarly, this happens to mushrooms as well.
  • In Minecraft Classic, flowers can also be glitched to float in mid-air, seen by the game as one block beside another block.
  • In Minecraft Pocket Edition Lite, when digging up a cyan flower, instead of it dropping on the ground, it will just vanish. Players can only place these in the full version. This same effect happens with logs.
  • Because new updates were not added to any PlayStation 3 game discs, flowers that were introduced in 1.7, like the sunflower, are not found in such copies until they are updated, and roses are not replaced by poppies until the copy is updated.
  • As of the 1.14 — Village and Pillage update, wandering traders will sell flowers in exchange for emeralds.
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Corals • Kelp • Sweet Berry Bush • Nether Fungi • Nether Mushrooms

Liquids Lava • Water
Non-Solid Fire • Blue Fire • Sign • Torch • Banner
The Nether Glowstone • Unnamed Light Block • Netherrack • Nether Grass • Nether Brick ( Fence)  • Nether Quartz • Nether Wart • Nether Fungi • Nether Mushrooms • Soul Sand • Unnamed Soul Sand Block • Unnamed Speleothem Block • Magma Block
The End Dragon Egg • End Stone • Purpur( Purpur Pillar) • Endstone Brick • End Rod • Dragon Head • Ender Crystal
Creative only Barrier • Structure Block • Jigsaw
Bedrock Edition only Stonecutter (old) • Nether Reactor
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Unused Locked Chest
Removed Gear • Dirt Slab •  • Camera(PE)
Unimplemented Crying Obsidian
Education Edition only Element Constructor • Compound Creator • Hardened Glass

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