How to get tomatoes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

November 4, 2021

Growing your very own tomatoes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is on its way and here’s how you can get them for yourself!

Animal Crossing fans are in for a big treat when the next 2.0 update lands on November 5. Alongside the Happy Home Paradise paid DLC, New Horizons players will also be able to farm and cook which is certainly a much-anticipated feature.

With new crops to plant that include potatoes and wheat, sugar cane and carrots, juicy red tomatoes are also on the list thus making the additional DIY recipes a feast for the eyes which is a goodbye to pumpkin-only farms.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons | Ver. 2.0 Free Update

Animal Crossing: New Horizons | Ver. 2.0 Free Update

Here’s how you can bag yourself some tomatoes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons‘ next 2.0 update.

Where to get Tomatoes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

To get tomatoes, you need to grow them in your village. For that, you need tomato seeds. Players should be able to get tomatoes seeds from Leif and then use them to grow tomatoes.

How to Grow Tomatoes on your farm

Again, going by the pumpkin process, you need to first dig a hole and select the seeds you want to plant. The next step is to make sure you water your tomatoes every day using the watering can. Just like the pumpkin, sprinkling them daily could produce 3 tomatoes in a single plant.

The last step would be to harvest your tomatoes to either sell for bells or to make tasty recipes.

Farming isn’t the only thing players can do when update 2.0 is made available on November 5. You can also visit Brewster in his cafe, go on boat tours with Kapp’n, and go shopping at the new plaza on Harv’s island.

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