Quick Answer: What Are All The Fruits In Animal Crossing New Leaf?

Town Native Fruits

  • Apples.
  • Cherries.
  • Oranges.
  • Peaches.
  • Pears.

What fruits are in Animal Crossing New Leaf?

In New Leaf, new fruits have been added to the series for the first time since Animal Forest+. Lychees, Durians, Lemons, Bananas, Mangoes, and Persimmons* are the new additions. Each fruit is available from Tortimer Island or from T&T Emporium, and each selling for 250 Bells.

How do you get all the fruits in Animal Crossing New Leaf?

You can get other fruits either by visiting your friends’ towns, and taking whatever they have on your trees and planting it in your own town, or taking the fruit from the island and planting that in your own town, or by sometimes getting random fruit as rewards for helping out your villagers, and then planting those.

What does eating fruit do in Animal Crossing New Leaf?

Eat a piece of fruit and give the rock one good whack with your shovel and it’ll shatter into pieces. If you’re lucky enough to break a money rock, you’ll earn all the bells inside of it. However, if you’re trying to load up on materials for crafting, you’ll want to be careful about when you eat a piece of fruit.

How much is fruit worth in Animal Crossing?

Perfect fruit can be sold for a premium. Your own, native perfect fruit are worth 600 Bells at Re-Tail / 480 at Nookling’s — however, import a perfect fruit from another town or bring one to your friend’s town and they fetch 3,000 Bells / 2 Bells! So stock up on them and bring them with you whenever you go out.

What fruit does Isabelle give?

Isabelle does give you a specific fruit based on your town’s fruit. Apple towns get oranges. Oranges get pears. Pears get peaches.

How do you get perfect fruit ACNL?

There are two ways that you can get perfect fruit from your town. The first is to shake one of your native fruit trees and hope that you get lucky. Another way is to collect your town’s perfect native fruit and plant it. The tree should grow with perfect fruit.