Lily of the Valley in Animal Crossing: New Horizons: The Five-Star Reward
By Jack O'Dwyer
Lily of the Valley in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is just one of the cosmetic perks awaiting those who want to have the best island possible.
Animal Crossing fans are no stranger to aesthetic and ratings. Since the foundation of the game, players are judged on their home decor and, later, their town setup. It only tracks that New Horizons would continue the tradition and let you be judged on your entire island.
Here's how you can acquire the Lily of the Valley and what it says about your town.
Lily of the Valley in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Lily of the Valley flowers are random spawns that can only be prompted by a continuous five-star rating of your island. They have very little bell value and their appearance is entire random. Players report it takes at least one continuous day of rate maintenance in-game for flowers to start popping up.
After you begin Tom Nook's special project—Project K—he will explain that Isabelle may have feedback to help you improve the island's image. This is the rating system from previous games and, as you may have guessed, your rating has a significant impact on your town.
K. K. Slider won't attempt to visit your island without a proper high rating. Additionally, those with highly rated towns may benefit from perks such as lack of growing weeds, special tool recipes, and, of course, the Lily of the Valley flower.
Increasing your town rating as as easy as decorating your island. In fact, it's one of the swiftest ways to boost your numbers. Flowers and furniture can really improve your town's image in a pinch as well as taking feedback from other villagers into account.