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Greener Thumb in Kinect Sesame Street TV DVD

Greener Thumb34 (20)

Water all of the seeds in Elmo's World Flowers until all of the flowers have fully grown!

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John Pellegrini
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John Pellegrini
Achievement won on 21 Oct 12
TA Score for this game: 1,411
Posted on 21 October 12 at 13:40
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In the last section of the first episode Elmozilla (Disc 1) you will be taken to Elmo's World to learn all about flowers and trees! There are two sections in which you will be able to control a watering can.

1 - During the video of the child growing a bean plant, a total of 4 glass jars with beans in them will appear one by one. You must water these until they flower at the top.

2 - Shortly after that, you will again have control of the watering can 'outside'. There are 3 patches of dirt on the ground, each with 3 seeds/bulbs sticking out of the soil. You must water each seed/bulb until they grow tall and flower. If done properly there will be a total of 9 plants (although they overlap each other and you may not be able to clearly see them all).

TOP TIP: The lower down you hold the watering can, the faster it pours.

These are all of the water-able plants in this level and I presume you have to water them all, as this is how I got the achievement. However if you have experienced anything differently, please let me know in the comments below.
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