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Where to Get All Hydrangea Colors in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Hydrangea isn't as useless as you think.
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Flowers are incredibly useful in Disney Dreamlight Valley. You can use them to craft furniture, give them to friends as gifts, and use them in quests. Everything in the game has a purpose and sometimes you’ll need to find certain types to fulfill requests. Materials are important to make furniture that you can use to spruce up your valley. Hydrangea, on the other hand, seems useless. You can’t craft them or use them as ingredients but they are important in terms of quests. Here’s where to get all the Hydrangea colors in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

Hydrangea Color Location in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Each zone around the valley has specific flowers, food, and materials that are only found in their respective areas. For example, if you want to look for onions you can only buy them as seeds in The Forest of Valor stall. Hydrangea is a type of flower that can only be found on a sandy beach. The only beach we know of if Dazzle Beach. To unlock this zone you’re going to need 5,000 dreamlight. This zone is important when unlocking Ariel, Ursula, Moana, and Maui. Hydrangea is in these colors:

  • Pink Hydrangea
  • Blue Hydrangea
  • Purple Hydrangea
  • White & Red Hydrangea

That’s everything you need to know on these flowers! They’re not in a specific spot to spawn so it’s up to you to run around the beach and find them on your own. Characters such as Minnie Mouse will be asking you to gather them for quests and certain characters appreciate these flowers as gifts.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley is available now on Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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