Eggs might be everywhere, but the recipes we really care about in Animal Crossing: New Horizons right now are pink, petally and come from the one and only cherry-blossom tree. The full range of crafting options for the cherry blossom season are delightful, which makes it such a shame that the time we have to craft them is already coming to a close.
Cherry-blossom season end date in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
The Cherry-blossom season end date in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is April 10, meaning it’s just a couple of days away. You have until April 10 to collect as many cherry-blossom petals as possible if you want to craft items from the special season (click here for the full list of cherry blossom recipes).
There’s no need to panic, as the recipes and petals you collect will remain after the event ends, but you won’t be able to collect any more than you currently have. Basically, if you’re a fan of cherry blossoms and all the related items, you need to get a move on if you want to craft them all (or at least your favorites). We’re big fans of the blossom-viewing lantern, so we’d better get to work collecting those crafting resources as well, sorry!
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Now that you know the cherry-blossom season end date in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, we suppose you’ve best get back out there with a net so you can start catching all the cherry-blossom petals you can! If you are after some more tips, click here to visit our game hub for New Horizons. Otherwise, we wish you the best of luck when it comes to grabbing the right recipes.