Genshin Impact gardening: how to grow plants in your Serenitea Pot

Everything we know about the gardening system arriving in the next update

Wondering how to grow crops in Genshin Impact? When the Genshin Impact Serenitea Pot first launched, Mihoyo disclosed that a gardening mechanic had been considered, but unfortunately, it didn’t make it into the first version of the player housing system. The developers also hinted that we’d be able to invite our favourite characters into our realms in the future, and sure enough, this mechanic arrived with the 1.6 update.

Nothing has been officially confirmed yet, but reputable Genshin Impact dataminers have uncovered some information about the Genshin Impact gardening system – according to the files, this feature will arrive in the 1.7/2.0 update. In order to start gardening, you’ll need a seed dispensary gadget from Madame Ping – dataminers have discovered you must achieve level three reputation in Inazuma before receiving your first seeds.

There are plenty of rumours about what awaits us in the next Genshin Impact update – for more information, check our Genshin Impact new characters guide, Genshin Impact banner schedule, and Genshin Impact Ayaka banner release date.

Genshin Impact seed dispensary

According to a tweet by Genshin_Intel, the seed dispensary is a gadget acquired from Madame Ping. Once you have it, you can pick up seeds from the overworld, which can then be planted in your Serenitea Pot garden.

Genshin Impact garden types

In order to grow seeds and crops, you must purchase ‘croplands’ from the Realm Depot. Each of these gardens can grow four plants, and each plant will take three days to grow, according to leaks posted on Baidu and translated on the KQM discord.

  • Flower garden
  • Vegetable garden
  • Hydroponic garden

Genshin Impact seeds

Thanks to the datamined information available at Honey Hunter World, we have a list of seeds that we may be able to plant in our garden. These are, of course, subject to change.

  • Silk Flower Seed
  • Sweet Flower Seed
  • Cecilia Seed
  • Glade Lily Seed
  • Windwheel Aster Seed
  • Qingxin Seed
  • Violetgrass Seed
  • Valberry Seed
  • Small Lamp Grass Seed
  • Jueyun Chili Seed
  • Carrot Seed
  • Radish Seed
  • Mint Seed
  • Mushroom Spore
  • Naku Weed Seed
  • Horsetail Seed
  • Snapdragon Seed
  • Lotus Seed
  • Calla Lily Seed
  • Seagrass Seed
  • Sea Ganoderma Cutting

That’s all we know about gardening so far, but we’ll keep you updated when more info comes out. In the meantime, better get your Genshin Impact Serenitea Pot ready – if you need to find a rare type of Genshin Impact wood for your furniture, we’ve got you covered.