There are 10 plants you can find in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. You need to plant all 10 to receive the Growth Spurt trophy/achievement needed for 100% completion. You are introduced to planting seeds in the 4th chapter when you meet Pili Walde. In this Star Wars Jedi: Survivor guide, we have shared some tips to help you expand your Rooftop Garden.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor Rooftop Garden
The first thing that you will need to do is to actually unlock the Rooftop Garden. You will need to complete A New Home mission. After the mission is completed, you will get access to it.
How to Access
To find it, you will need to travel to Pyloon’s Salon on Koboh. Once you are there, you will need to head over to the upper floor and go through the door on the right side to reach it. To actually grow the plants, however, you will need to get seeds.
How to Plant Seeds
Planting seeds in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor is pretty simple. To begin, you simply need to head over to a plot and plant a seed. If you do not want a particular seed, you also have the option to remove it.
If you do not have enough plots available, you will be able to get more. To do so, you will need to recruit an NPC named Pili Walde. To recruit her, you will need to speak to her inside a cavern in Blustery Mesa.
In order to get seeds, you will need to roam around Koboh and cut down bright bushes. This will allow you to receive seeds from the plant. Another important thing to keep in mind is that you can also upgrade your plots as mentioned earlier to mark the seeds on your map. As for the seeds, you can find them in these locations:
|Seeds||Where to Find|
|Tuber Maw||Southern Ridge, Koboh.|
|Palm Fruit Shell||Harvest Ridge, Koboh.|
|Koboh Spiker||Summit Ridge, Koboh.|
|Spine Fluff||Southern Ridge, Koboh.|
|Pine Fern||Hunter’s Quarry, Koboh.|
|Fire Pineapple||Gorge Crash Site, Koboh.|
|Goldenlight Moss||Rambler Reach Outpost, Koboh.|
|Bluebell Squish||Southern Ridge, Koboh.|
|Cactus Ball||Gorge Crash Site, Koboh.|
|Crimson Jelly Spire||Devastated Settlement, Koboh.|
This is all you need to know about how to expand your garden in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor. If there anything else that you would like to know, be sure to let us know in the comments down below.