Serene Shrubbery

Published by Rukusu on Sun, 04/18/2021 - 17:58
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200
Upvotes: 24
Project status
In development
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Latest supported Minecraft version
1.16.5

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Serene Shrubbery is a small mod that aims to liven up the natural and floral aspects of Minecraft. Its main focus is to give the player the ability to create flourishing gardens. Currently, there are 7 types of flowers some of which have multiple color variants you can collect!

This mod also has plans to add decorative blocks such as hanging baskets!

Flowers

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Mod Compatibility:

This mod is compatible with a variety of biome mods such as: Biomes O' Plenty, BYG, Traverse Reforged, Environmental, Atmospheric, and more.

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I will not be backporting this mod to any older Minecraft versions!

Some of the plant models were inspired by Bloom

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Modification files
SereneShrubbery-1.16.5-1.2.0.jar - NEW - Serene Shrubbery-1.16.5-1.2.0Uploaded on: 04/10/2022 - 02:59   File size: 322.88 KB
SereneShrubbery-1.16.5-1.1.0.jar - Serene Shrubbery-1.16.5-1.1.0Uploaded on: 05/07/2021 - 19:18   File size: 274 KB
SereneShrubbery-1.16.5-1.0.0.jar - Serene Shrubbery-1.16.5-1.0.0Uploaded on: 04/18/2021 - 18:01   File size: 164.06 KB
Changelog

Version 1.0.0

  • Mods release!

Version 1.1.0
  • Added 1 new flower, the Butterfly Bush
  • Added 5 new butterflies
  • Water Lilies can now be placed on land as well

Version 1.2.0
  • Added 2 new flowers along with accompanying color variants.
  • Added 2 new colors for Lupine
  • Added 1 new variant for Water Lilies
  • Water Lily placing has been cleaned up a bit
  • Removed Butterflies due to an unknown issue of them crashing worlds
  • Revamped textures/models of Butterfly Bush and Water Lilies
  • Added mod compatibility with Spheric, Terra Incognita, and more.

This is awesome! Just a bit small though. I don’t think it should be very large but it would be cool to see more types of plants :)