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Flower Fields

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Flower Fields
KEY Flower Fields Preview screenshot.png
Flower Fields start screen.
Treasures -Flower Clock
-Frog Umbrella Stand
-Flower Fields Soundtrack
Patch Butterfly Patch
Metamortex Transformation(s) Saucer
Devil(s) (Devilish Mode) Me-Devil
Theme music
Stage order
Fountain Gardens Rainbow Falls
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This article is about the stage in Kirby's Epic Yarn, and should not be confused with Floral Fields.

Flower Fields is the second of the seven stages of Grass Land in Kirby's Epic Yarn and Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn. To unlock the stage, Kirby must get the Butterfly Patch from Fountain Gardens. As the name suggests, Flower Fields are full of flowers in both background and foreground elements. Beads are often found arranged as though they were flowers. Interactive flower wheels which rotate when Kirby or Prince Fluff walk on them will sprout beads as the petals grow. Buttons will also be found centered behind background images of flower petals.

Upon clearing the stage for the first time, the Alarm Clock Patch is obtained. This unlocks the next stage, Rainbow Falls. Flower Fields is also the inspiration for Stage 2 of Dedede Gogogo in Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn.

Patch animation[edit]

When Kirby throws the Butterfly Patch, it lands in its slot and a butterfly pops out. The butterfly flies around a bit before being joined by a second butterfly. Then flowers appear around the entrance to the stage, including one flower which completely encircles the entrance, and the stage's door opens.


Kirby passing through the rainy portion of Flower Fields in a pre-release version of the game

Flower Fields takes place in an grassy area surrounded by large, colourful flowers. In the opening section, Kirby jumps from one flower wheel to another, which rotate when he (or Prince Fluff in the Wii version's co-op mode) stand on them; some sprout beads as the petals grow. Waddle Dees and a Uniclod are the sole enemies in the first portion of the stage. Along the way, Kirby encounters dandelions with buttons attached to them. When latched onto, they activate the Pendulum transformation and fly upwards, eventually disappearing. With these, Kirby can swing to reach high-up platforms he needs to progress.

Eventually, the peaceful scenery gives way to a rainy, bleaker background, with a murky waterway dotted with large lily pads and Blippers. Here, beads in the water are arranged to form the shape of fishes. The swimming portions in this area are the first instance in the game to require the Submarine transformation in order to progress. Along the way, Kirby encounters large fabric frogs in the sky with buttons on their tongue, which activates the Pendulum transformation and lowers the tongue in the upswings, used to access treasures and beads.

Eventually, Kirby exits the rain, where he encounters more dandelions, requirig him to chain his jumps from one to another to reach a Bonus Star.

Metamortex stretch[edit]

Soon after, Kirby climbs up a ladder and reaches a Metamortex patch. Here, the Saucer transformation is introduced for the first time. As Kirby navigates throgh the air, he must destroy Cloth Blocks blocking his path by charging the saucer to release its Thunder Spark power. As he progresses, several sets of beads arranged to appear as flowers appear in his path, as well as many Buttonflies and Buttonbees. After travelling downwards, a series of immobile Gordos make collecting beads trickier.

Eventually, Kirby passes through the Reel Gate, with the stage ending shortly afterwards.

Medal Bead scores[edit]

  • Bronze - 300 points
  • Silver - 600 points
  • Gold - 900 points


Enemies Mid-Bosses

  • None


Item Description Location Note
KEY Furniture Flower Clock.png
Flower Clock
It’s always time for a little sunshine with this timepiece! This treasure can be found on a high platform just after the spinning flower wheels. Kirby can reach it by jumping along the wheels and using the pendulum buttons to get up. Required to invite Zeke
KEY Furniture Frog Umbrella Stand.png
Frog Umbrella Stand
This umbrella stand uses its magic frog power to bring you all lost umbrellas! This treasure can be found high up at the start of the rainy area. To reach it, Kirby needs to ride the dandelion seed buttons up in the previous area and then swing past the frog button to reach the chest patch.
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Flower Fields Soundtrack
This new music plays in Flower Fields. In the rainy section of the stage, Kirby needs to jump off the two adjacent frogs using the Pendulum to reach a fabric patch. This reveals a magic tab, which attaches itself to a nearby fountain. Kirby can then pull the tab to reveal the treasure.

Bonus Star locations[edit]

Type Image Location
2 Stars
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Located immediately after the Flower Clock, Kirby must dash and use the Car transformation to reach the patch with this Bonus Star.
3 Stars
KEY Bonus Bell 3 Stars.jpg
During the Metamortex stretch, Kirby must use the Saucer's Thunder Spark move to break open a wall of three Cloth Blocks, behind which the Bonus Star can be found.
5 Stars
KEY Bonus Bell 5 Stars.jpg
Just before the Metamortex stretch, Kirby must jump off two dandelions in a row - using the Pendulum - and ride the second one upwards. The patch containing this Bonus Star is on a platform which he can then jump to.


Flower Fields also reappears in four Sub-Games with tenants of Dom Woole's apartments:


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おはなばたけ
Ohana batake
Flower fields
Canadian French Floralies Flower Show
European French Champs de fleurs Flower fields
German Knopfknospental Button bud valley
Italian Campi in fiore Blooming Fields
Korean 꽃밭
Flower garden
Latin American Spanish Campos de flores Flower fields
European Spanish Pradera Florida Flower Prairie

Video walkthrough[edit]

100% walkthrough of Flower Fields.