In The Good Life, the vast majority of time will be spent taking on and completing a variety of quests and taking photos to earn money that can be used to purchase all the tools and items Naomi needs to succeed in her investigation of the mysteries of Rainy Woods.
The game also features a vast array of side activities that can help our intrepid journalist obtain items and materials without spending money. Among these activities is farming, which is considerably more straightforward than in other recent games.
Here’s everything you need to know about farming in The Good Life.
How to Farm in The Good Life
Farming in The Good Life is mostly a matter of patience, as you don’t have to do a whole lot to harvest good crops. All you have to do is interact with the planters in your garden and select the seeds you want to plant.
After you have done so, you will have to wait for three in-game days for them to grow into a plant, which you can harvest by interacting with it. Leaving fully-grown plants in the garden for too long may ruin them, so make sure to check back every now and then after planting seeds to harvest them as soon as you are able. You can always fast travel to your house at any time by opening the map and pressing the X button, so you always have a convenient way of getting back to your house, and your garden at any time.
Where to Find Seeds
Seeds can be obtained in a variety of ways. To begin your farming endeavors and practice without using your own seeds, you can use the Potato Seeds located in your kitchen. If you used them already, and do not have any, you find them all over the map. You will also get seeds when you harvest plants, although it’s not a 100% guarantee. Not that you should worry too much about this, as you will always have enough seeds as long as you thoroughly explore the many places your investigation will bring you to.