The things I like the most about Minecraft are creating my own zen garden, trimming those leaves to create a grass sculpture, farming, and gardening overall. I find them peaceful and yet somewhat lacking.
Garden Stuff is a mod that adds a lot of garden-related items and content including modular and highly customizable pots, garden trees, flower-arrangement mechanics, and much more. Definitely a mod that fills the Minecraft void I am having.
Created by Jaquadro, Garden Stuff is a collection of garden-based mods that superseded the Modular Flower Pots mod. Garden Stuff features 3 different mods that are meant to be used together.
From the name itself, Garden Core is a core mod required for the other 2 mods to work properly. By itself, this mod features only a small amount of usable content. This mod allows multiple plants to planted on a single block – like a simple flower arrangement. It also includes a bunch of misc. items that are used on other garden mods.
Formerly called modular flower pots, this mod contains several types of flower pots that can be customized.
With the use of a special workbench added by this mod and some dye, the new pots come in all types of Minecraft colors and can also be decorated with a stamp from among 10 unique designs.
Just like vanilla fences, these flower pots combine when placed beside a pot with similar characteristics.
Garden Trees feature ornamental tree components and mechanics that allow tree saplings to grow into miniature trees (although not bonsai-sized).
The mod also adds log fences that are available in all log type variations.
This mod is also compatible with a bunch of tree-adding mods such as the famous Biomes O’ Plenty mod.
Overall, if you like gardening and feel like Minecraft just doesn’t have what it takes to fulfill your gardening desires, then I suggest you get this mod.
How to install Garden Stuff Mod for Minecraft 1.7.10
Download and install Minecraft Forge mod loader
Download the latest version of Garden Stuff Mods.
Hold Windows key and press R to open the Run… dialog, or go to Start > Run.
Enter %appdata% and navigate to your .minecraft/mods folder.
Drag and drop the .zip file downloaded in step 2 into this folder.
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