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Pet Society – Bees in the Beehive Tree August 26, 2010

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On Saturday, I posted about the Pet Society beehive tree’s missing bees.  Today, Pet Society fixed this glitch, so if you have a beehive tree, you should see animated bees flying around your beehives tree!

Momo’s enjoying watching the bees! I’m glad they didn’t sting her. 😉

 

Pet Society Beehive Tree Update August 25, 2010

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On Saturday, I posted about the Pet Society beehive tree’s missing bees.  I’m happy to spread the word that there’s news on the Playfish Forum regarding the beehive tree’s missing bees.  On August 26th, this problem will be fixed and the  animated bees will appear on our beehives trees!

I’m glad this issue will be fixed.  Momo’s excited to see the bees soon!

 

Pet Society – Where are the Beehive Tree’s Bees? August 21, 2010

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Momo and I grew a beehive tree a few weeks ago. We anxiously awaited the appearance of some bees and honey pots on the tree.  Today, we found a honey pot on the tree.  Although Momo dressed up like a bee to befriend the tree’s bees, there were none to be found on her tree.

Has anyone else seen bees on their beehive tree?  The sign in the garden shop asks us to “watch the bees,” and the PS blog depicts bees on the tree in the “final evolved stage” of the beehive tree seed (shown below).

By the way, the super-cute honey pots sells for 85 coins each.  I love them!

 

Pet Society Beehive Tree August 5, 2010

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The new beehive tree seed arrived in the Pet Society Outdoor shop this week.  Momo and I uprooted her duplicate apple tree to make room for this new seed.

The seed is so cute, but very expensive!

Here’s what the tree looked like after planting it on Day 1.

I like how it looks different from the other trees as it grows! This picture is from Day 2.

Here’s the fully grown beehive tree on Day 3.

I was surprised on Day 4 when honey started seeping on the side of the tree!

Momo and I are waiting for some honey pots!  Have you and your pet grown a beehive tree?

 

Pet Society Tropical Rainforest Flowers July 28, 2010

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The tropical rainforest flower seed arrived in the Pet Society Outdoor shop a few days ago. Each seed costs 500 coins, and there are five possible flowers that can be grown from the seed.

Momo bought some seeds and grew all five of the tropical rainforest flowers.

From left to right above, here are the names of the flowers and their re-sale values:
Homegrown Angel’s Trumpet – 208 coins
Homegrown Jacaranda – 208 coins
Homegrown Pitaya – 208 coins
Homegrown Sarsaparilla – 208 coins
Homegrown Yellow Cup Orchid – 208 coins

I’m really disappointed that all of the flowers are only worth 208 coins.  I wish gardening was more profitable.  Well, I’m glad I grew all five flowers with my first batch of seeds, so I never have to buy the seeds again!

What do you think of the new flowers?

 

Review of Pet Society Garden Pots July 17, 2010

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Pet Society’s latest clearance sale is discontinuing most of the garden pots in the Outdoor Store.  Momo and I thought we’d do a review of the garden pot collection.

Here’s the list of pots and what Momo and I think of them all:

Garden Pots on Clearance (top row, from left to right)
Glass Pot – nice and simple, large base
Green Clay Pot – great design, classy. I love this one.
Rattan Flower Pot – pretty concept, but designed badly because the soil sticks out.
Ceramic Pot – nice design, simple and classic
Pretty Flower Pot – had the potential to be cute, but designed badly because the soil sticks out slightly.
Green Pot with Ribbon – designed badly because the soil sticks out.
Brown Bear Pot – designed very badly. The soil sticks out and looks ridiculous. Could have been super-cute! This has bugged me since last year.
Paper Pot – designed badly because the soil sticks out. Could be used as a paper bag to place groceries in, instead of as a plant pot.  Would make more sense!

Pots that are still available in the outdoor store (bottom row, from left to right)
Pink Ribbon Pot – pretty, but I’d prefer it without the ribbon
Rose Flower Pot – adorable little pot. Love it.
Classic White Pot – a bit too bulky
Princess Pot – nice, would be nice to have a non-girly version too

Pots that are still available in mystery boxes (bottom row, two pots on far right)
Tropic Flower Pot (can be found in gold mystery boxes) – Nice design, and understated colors for indoor and outdoor Pet Society use.
Shell Pot (can be found in purple mystery boxes) – Useful because you can sometimes manage to place two flowers in this pot together. Also can double as a fruit bowl.

Top Three Favorites Garden Pots – Green Clay Pot, Tropic Flower Pot, and Rose Flower Pot
Most Disappointing Pots – Rattan Flower Pot and Brown Bear Pot
Ugliest Pot – Paper Pot

Ever since the Rattan Flower Pot and Brown Bear Pot were released, I’ve wished that someone at Playfish would fix them so that the soil would stay inside the pot.  I know people posted about this problem on the Playfish forums, and I’d check every once in a while to see if it was finally corrected.  I’m disappointed that these two pots, which have so much potential to be nice looking, are being discontinued without ever being fixed.  Momo and I would have definitely used these two garden pots, instead of leaving them in the inventory for months, if they didn’t look so awful.   The Pretty Flower Pot, Paper Pot, and Green Pot with Ribbon all would have looked better had the layering been correct too. Does the layering problem with the soil bother anyone else, or am I just too picky?

Have you considered buying any of the garden pots on clearance?  Which ones are your favorites?

 

Pet Society Enchanted Cherry and Papaya Trees June 14, 2010

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Momo decided to uproot one of her old trees to grow an enchanted cherry tree from the 600-coin enchanted cherry tree seed in the garden shop.  Her tree grew and fruit on it today!

The homegrown enchanted cherry sells for 85 coins.

Also, here’s a picture of the papaya tree.  The papaya tree can be grown from the 500-coin tree seed in the garden shop (among other trees).

Each homegrown papaya sells for 85 coins.

Did you grow either of these trees?