Try the most relaxing crop idle game: discover, collect and grow lovely plants to increase your oxygen income and expand your garden!

What’s New

Version 1.23

Bug fixes & optimizations. Have fun!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
99.5K Ratings

99.5K Ratings

Catrina Cullen ,

A fun, satisfying little app

I honestly do like this game. I think that the quality is nice, and it doesn’t have too many ads. I only have a few suggestions.
1.) It would be great if instead of having to tap the ‘level up’ button, once you’ve reached the amount of experience/oxygen it would automatically level up for you. If you don’t notice that you need to level up straightaway, it’s kind of just letting the oxygen go to waste, almost, instead of it benefitting you, if you know what I mean.
2.) Deleting plants. It was a little frustrating when I realized I couldn’t do this; I had like 5 snake plants that were just taking of shelf space and only producing 61 oxygen each. Maybe, if you had 2 or more of the same plant you could merge them and have it produce double the oxygen that it was creating before, or something like that.
3.) Also, just a suggestion, but I think it would be cool if you could customize it a little more. Like choosing the background, and the color of the pots, and the shape of them. It would just add a little more of a personalized feel to the game.
I haven’t had the trouble of plants disappearing, like I see some others have. I got the app just after the update, so the issue has probably been fixed. I just wanted to say that I really enjoy this game and I hope it keeps improving, while keeping the same structure. Have a good day, and thanks for taking the time to read my review.

eyeslikefire ,

Please add more plants!!

I’ve only been playing this game for about two months, but I absolutely love it. The graphics, the plants, the tap vibrations... beautiful. The only thing I don’t love is that there’s no more plants to collect after level 190! I reached level 300 today, after playing the game without getting new plants for about a month. At the moment, the only way to get new plants is through the daily log in screen; every five days you get a plant. (Although I haven’t seen the daily log in screen in about a week. Hopefully it’ll fix itself when I update the game today). If you, kind developers, do add more plants, I suggest putting larger level intervals between them. For example, until level 190, every five levels got you a plant. Perhaps after level 190, every ten levels gets you a plant. And after, say, 290, you would get a plant after every 15 levels.
All in all, I love this game. It would be a shame if people just stopped playing it after a certain level because of no more content. Thank you developers for the lovely game you have made, and please consider adding more content in the future.

A gamer's gamer. ,

Pretty good.

It’s a good game. I like plants, I like house plants so it caters to my personal interests. The music is peaceful and it’s not a game that will stress you out and give you anxiety like most games.

In the early game the best way to get oxygen was to watch ads with a triple reward and keep using boosters. The boosters are okay but they don’t help as much as they should to enhance enjoyability and interestingness. The game doesn’t scale well as you progress. After you get all the plants there’s nothing else to do. I mean you could just keep getting more sets of plants but there’s incentive to. With each additional set it costs more to upgrade them, but they’ll only give you the same amount of oxygen as your first set. The cost is exponential but the reward/ yield is linear.

I’m level 760 with 3 full sets of plants and I’m working on upgrading all the plants in my 3rd set. After that I don’t have any reason to continue playing. I feel like I’m already at the late endgame phase and all I really do now is dump all my oxygen into the garden gnome booster because that’s the only reasonably scaled thing in the game, and to benefit from it you don’t play the game... so I just pop on 1-3 times a day and dump money into gnome or upgrade a plant and then quit. Its a fun game but the end game can come quick and you’ll be left with nothing else to do.


Green Panda Games
200.6 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
In-App Purchases
  1. Pile of crystals $4.99
  2. Handful of crystals $1.99
  3. Bag of crystals $19.99


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