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How to make a Flower Pot in Minecraft?

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How to make a Flower Pot in Minecraft?

Minecraft places a lot of importance on mining elements and crafting tools out of them required to survive. However, that doesn’t mean everything you craft will be for a utilitarian purpose.

In this article, we’re taking a look at how to craft flowerpots in Minecraft.

Also read: How to make sticks in Minecraft?

Flower pots in Minecraft

Flower pots are purely decorative in-game items and require three bricks to craft. They can be used to hold plants like fungi, mushrooms and any of the one-block high plants, including saplings, ferns, dead bushes, cacti, roots and bamboo.

Cacti and wither roses lose their damaging property when placed in a flower pot; hence the item can be used to display damaging plants as well.

Crafting a flower pot

As mentioned before, a flower pot requires three bricks to craft. You can make bricks by smelting clay with a fuel source (such as coal) in a furnace. Once you have enough bricks, follow these steps to create a flower pot.

Keep in mind that since flower pots are crafted in a 3 x 3 crafting grid, you need a crafting table for the process. 

Step 1: Walk over to your crafting table and interact with it using the right-click mouse button.

How to make a Flower Pot in Minecraft?

Step 2: Place the bricks in the exact shape as the screenshot below. Once the brick is crafted, move it to your inventory.

How to make a Flower Pot in Minecraft?

Flower pots have a stack size of 64, meaning you can keep up to 64 of them in a single inventory slot. Once you have a pot ready, you can equip any flower from your inventory and interact with the flower pot to turn it into a potted plant. Feel free to spice up your Minecraft base with as many flower pots as you like. 

Also read: How to grow Pumpkins in Minecraft?

Yadullah Abidi

Yadullah Abidi

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