Bloomerang is the first plant obtained in Ancient Egypt in Plants vs. Zombies 2 and is also present in Plants vs. Zombies Online. He fires boomerangs that can hit up to three targets twice every 2.85-3 seconds. He is the first new plant that is introduced in the second game.


For more information about this character, see Bloomerang.

Bloomerang is the first new plant the player receives in Plants vs. Zombies 2. He fires boomerang petals down his lane that can hit up to three targets twice (once when it moves forward and once when it returns.) It fires every 3 seconds.

He is introduced to the player as a counter against Camel Zombies, as they typically arrive in groups of three and can absorb more damage than standard zombies. Bloomerang is also able to pierce the shields of zombies such as Shield Zombie and Excavator Zombie, allowing them to be damaged without having to remove their shields.

Almanac entry

Note: The stats shown below only apply to Level 1.




RANGE: Multi-Hit

FAMILY: Spear-mint

Bloomerangs can hit up to three targets in their lane, twice each coming and going!

Special: can hit up to 3 targets, with two hits each

As the first new member to your home defense team, Bloomerang enjoys long walkabouts with his friend, Koala Bear, and listening to his Bob Barley albums out back.


Plants vs. Zombies 2

Plant Food effect

Plant Food ability (animated)

When Bloomerang is given Plant Food, he hurls 16 boomerangs in a plus-shape pattern which return and hits the zombies again in a similar pattern it had when they were first released on the zombies.

Costumed (China only)

When costumed Bloomerang is given Plant Food, he hurls ten giant boomerangs in a cross-shape pattern which do double the damage.

Spear-mint effect

When boosted by Spear-mint, Bloomerang's boomerangs do an additional 100 DPS, the amount of zombies his boomerang can hit before returning is increased by six, and the projectile count during his Plant Food effect is increased by sixteen.

Level upgrades

Level Seed packets Coins Upgrades
Sun Cost Recharge
Damage per projectile
Plant Food Power
(Boomerang Count)
1 0 0 175 5 seconds 300 dps 20 dps Normal 3 targets 16 projectiles
2 3 50 175 4.5 seconds 350 dps 25 dps 3 targets 18 projectiles
3 10 200 150 4.5 seconds 400 dps 30 dps 3 targets 18 projectiles
4 25 1,500 150 4.5 seconds 450 dps 35 dps 3 targets 20 projectiles
5 50 2,000 150 4 seconds 500 dps 40 dps +1.4x 3 targets 20 projectiles
6 75 3,000 150 4 seconds 550 dps 45 dps 3 targets 20 projectiles
7 100 4,000 150 3.5 seconds 600 dps 50 dps 3 targets 22 projectiles
8 125 5,000 125 3.5 seconds 650 dps 55 dps 3 targets 22 projectiles
9 175 6,000 125 3.5 seconds 700 dps 60 dps 4 targets 22 projectiles
10 225 8,000 125 3.5 seconds 750 dps 65 dps 4 targets 24 projectiles
11 300 10,000 125 3 seconds 800 dps 70 dps 4 targets 24 projectiles
12 350 15,000 125 3 seconds 850 dps 75 dps 4 targets 26 projectiles
13 350 20,000 100 3 seconds 900 dps 80 dps +1.9x 4 targets 26 projectiles
14 400 25,000 100 3 seconds 85 dps 4 targets 28 projectiles
15 450 30,000 100 3 seconds 90 dps 5 targets 28 projectiles
16 500 35,000 100 2.5 seconds 95 dps 5 targets 28 projectiles
17 550 40,000 100 2.5 seconds 100 dps 5 targets 30 projectiles
18 600 45,000 75 2.5 seconds 100 dps 5 targets 30 projectiles
19 700 50,000 75 2.5 seconds 100 dps 6 targets 30 projectiles
20 800 55,000 75 2 seconds 100 dps 6 targets 32 projectiles

Mastery upgrade

  • Chance to Boost
  • Damage Pierce

Level upgrades (China only)

Level Upgrades Description
LevelIcon2New.png Bloomerang Upgrade 1.png
The cost of planting a Bloomerang decreases by 5 sun for every existing Bloomerang on the lawn. (Caps at 50 sun)
Combat Training
Bloomerang gains 50% more attack power and health (150% of initial).
LevelIcon3New.png Bloomerang Upgrade 2.png
Stronger Binding
The cost of planting a Bloomerang decreases by 10 sun for every existing Bloomerang on the lawn. (Caps at 50 sun)
Cell Activation
Bloomerang gains another 50% more attack power and health (200% of initial).
LevelIcon4New.png AbilityAwakendIcon.png
Ability Awaken
Bloomerang may be boosted when planted.
Fighting Power
Bloomerang gains another 50% more attack power and health (250% of initial).

Plants vs. Zombies Online (China only) (Archived content)


Bloomerang will be the first plant available to the player that can hit multiple targets. It is an effective tool to fight Camel Zombies and clean up multiple tombstones in early levels. Unfortunately, it becomes obsolete very quickly, due to Laser Bean, Fume-shroom, A.K.E.E., and Cactus; all of which possess the ability to hit more than three targets, can deal greater damage, and/or attack more quickly and are better suited for the jobs Bloomerang is designed for.

  • Laser Bean can hit all zombies in his lane but at the cost of 25 more sun.
  • Fume-Shroom can hit all zombies 4 tiles in front of it, at the cost of 50 less sun.
  • A.K.E.E. can lob shots over obstacles.
  • Cactus, while not as powerful as Fume-Shroom, can damage zombies like a Spikeweed when confronted close by a zombie.

Bloomerang can be used to fight Zombie Chickens and Ice Weasels, as he can hit up to three targets at once and will have slightly less trouble than other projectile plants, though his slow attack speed can often leave him overwhelmed. His boomerangs can bypass Shield Zombie's shield, so Bloomerang can prove to be, to some extent, effective in the Far Future. This same advantage allows him to fight both the Excavator Zombies and Parasol Zombies of the Lost City, although not as effectively as other multiple target plants.


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  • If the player looks closely, they will see that he has nine boomerangs. He retains all nine even after throwing one, using Plant Food, or catching a returning boomerang which is odd due to the fact that when given Plant Food he shoots sixteen boomerangs.
  • When Bloomerang attacks tombstones in Ancient Egypt, the tombstones glow a red color.
  • He is one of the six plants seen in the trailer of Plants vs. Zombies 2 while fighting the zombies, the other five are Bonk Choy, Pea Pod, Peashooter, Wall-nut, and Sunflower.
  • He has many references to Australia and Jamaica.
    • The projectile is based on the Boomerang, a hunting weapon originally used by ancient Aborigines in Australia.
    • His friend is a koala, a marsupial native to Australia.
    • The Almanac entry contains the phrase "out back." Outback is another term for the remote areas of Australia.
    • In Bloomerang's Almanac entry, Bob Barley is a portmanteau of "barley" and Bob Marley, who was a Jamaican reggae musician and songwriter.
    • The boomerangs on his head resemble, and have characteristics of dreadlocks, a Jamaican type of hairstyle.
    • His costume is the headpiece that Rastafarians commonly wear in Jamaica.
  • Jester Zombie, Hammer Zombie and Nunchaku Zombie can all deflect its boomerang, but instead of taking damage from the boomerang, Bloomerang will grab it, nullifying the damage.
  • If he throws a boomerang, and the player digs him up, the boomerang with travel back off the screen and hit any zombies it passes. It cannot be deflected by Jester Zombies if this happens.
  • In Wild West, a Bloomerang on minecart and rail can hit Prospector Zombies coming from behind if they are moved to another lane after throwing his boomerang forward. As Bloomerang cannot catch the returning boomerang, it will hit any zombies behind.
  • In the Chinese version, he is guaranteed to be unlocked when the player completes the tutorial of the Lottery System as the first thing gotten from a chest.
  • In the previous versions of the Chinese version, Bloomerang did not catch his boomerangs, allowing him to hit zombies behind him.
    • This, however, can be done in the international version of Plants vs. Zombies 2 if there is a zombie behind Bloomerang, such as a Prospector Zombie, as he will not collect his thrown boomerang and instead let it travel back and hit that zombie. This can only be done if the boomerang that was thrown hadn't hit 3 (or more, level-wise) targets yet, in which case it would travel back, hit zombies until it had hit 3 targets, then travel off the screen.
  • In the Chinese version, Bloomerang is the second plant that can have a sun cost not being a multiple of 25. However, this only works if the player plants a second one which is level 2 or up on the lawn.
  • Nightshade resembles this plant in terms of appearance.
  • Since he fires boomerangs that deal 60 damage per shot total every three seconds, he has the same damage per second of a Peashooter, meaning him deals the same amount of damage in the same amount of time.
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