Looking for a straightforward tutorial on grafting combos in The Sims 4?
This is a guide that will walk you through grafting every plant in The Sims 4.
(Also included is a dandy graphic that you can download to keep in mind while you’re playing!)
What are the Steps to Grafting in The Sims 4?
In the event that you are not already familiar with how to graft, the following is a brief instructional guide.
In The Sims 4, before you may graft, your sim needs to have the gardening skill at level 5 in order to meet the prerequisite.
When they reach level 5, they will be able to graft a cutting from one of their plants onto another plant by taking a cutting from one of their plants.
After you have completed this step, a brand new plant will emerge in place of the plant that you grafted onto.
The “new” plant will have the same characteristics as the plant that it was grafted onto, which is one of the most exciting aspects of the process.
You will need to consult the grafting combos list in order to acquire a certain plant, such as a death flower, cow-berry, or pomegranate.
Thankfully, grafting can go in either direction.
Therefore, it does not make a difference between the two plants in terms of which one you take the cutting from or graft onto.
However, certain plants develop far faster than others, so if you want your plants to grow more quickly, you should graft onto the plant that is mentioned second in the table.
Sims 4 Plant Combos for Grafting in the Simulator
The following chart presents grafting combinations in a way that is simple to understand.
You will find the spliced plant in the result column if you combine two plants from the combination column and then splice them together.
Grafting death flowers, grafting cow-berry, grafting pomegranate, and grafting orchid are only some of the examples included on this list.
|Tulip + Chrysanthemum
|Birds of Paradise
|Daisy + Strawberry
|Grapes + Rose
|Dragonfruit + Snapdragon
|Orchid + Pomegranate
|Strawberry + Snapdragon
|Blue Bells + Pomegranate
|Sage + Basil
|Pear + Lemon
|Apple + Cherry
|Lily + Snapdragon
And now, as I promised, here is the adorable graphic that you can store for your reference by taking a screenshot of it:
Sims 4 Grafting Money Tree
I’ve seen quite a few inquiries about grafting a money tree in The Sims 4 going around the internet, and this is what I’ve discovered in response to those questions:
The money tree seed can be purchased from the rewards store in exchange for 5,000 reward points.
This is the first step in the process of obtaining a money tree.
It is not possible to obtain your first money tree through the process of grafting.
You are going to require that seed.
After the money tree has been successfully planted and developed for some time, you should remove a cutting from it.
It is said that once you have completed this process, you can graft the money tree onto another normal tree, at which point you will be able to collect the fruits of the money tree, which can then be replanted over and over again to produce an endless supply of new money trees.
It was also claimed that if you graft the money tree onto a perfect plant, the harvest of money fruits will be excellent, even if the money tree itself was not of perfect quality, to begin with.
This is the case even if the original money tree was not of perfect quality.
I am currently putting all of this to the test for myself, so make sure to check back later for my findings.
But of course, it was only natural for me to share those secrets with you as soon as I uncovered them!
It is my hope that you were able to find out how to graft plants in The Sims 4 with the help of this guide.