Questing in Disney Dreamlight Valley comes with a fair amount of resource gathering. And sometimes, you need to find just one of a specific item to complete a quest, though it’s a pain to get. That’s often the case with flowers, since there are so many different types, each native to their own region in the game. That’s why if you’re having trouble finding Yellow Bromeliad, read on because this guide will show you exactly where to find it.
Where to Find Yellow Bromeliad in Disney Dreamlight Valley
You can find Yellow Bromeliad in Disney Dreamlight Valley in Sunlit Plateau. This biome costs 7,000 Dreamlight to unlock, which you will have to pay, because Yellow Bromeliads are exclusive to the Sunlit Plateau. Specifically, you’re looking for shorter plants with a yellow flower sprouting from the top; these are Yellow Bromeliads. And they spawn randomly across Sunlit Plateau, so you’ll have to do some exploring to stumble across one.
However, if you just pick all the flowers in your path, then there’s a chance a Yellow Bromeliad can spawn in its place. That’s why it may be worth collecting all types of flowers in Sunlit Plateau, so that more Yellow Bromeliads spawn. Either way, it shouldn’t be too hard until you come across one.
Most people need a Yellow Bromeliad to complete Donald Duck’s “Forgotten Project” quest. However, you can also sell Yellow Bromeliad for 73 Star Coins, at Goofy’s Stall. Or, you can give it to another character as a gift, which will boost your Friendship level with them.
With that said, all the flowers in Sunlit Plateau sell for a decent amount and can be given to characters as gifts. That’s why it’s worthwhile to pick all of the flowers you come across in the region because it will pay off in the long run.
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