- For other uses, see Blover (disambiguation).
As of Plants vs. Zombies 3, Blover has appeared in three games.
His name is a portmanteau of the words "clover," the plant he is based on and "blow," referring to Blover's ability to generate wind that can blow airborne threats away.
- Main article: Blover (PvZ)
He blows away any fog and Balloon Zombies on the screen, effectively combining Plantern and Cactus' abilities. Unlike Plantern however, the fog does eventually come back and more Balloon Zombies can arrive, leading Blover to not be as effective.
- Main article: Blover (PvZ2)
Blover reappears in Plants vs. Zombies 2 and has been greatly improved compared to his Plants vs. Zombies appearance.
He is 50 sun cheaper and now can combine with plants that can send zombies into the air such as Chard Guard, the only exception being Spring Bean. Along with this, while he couldn't blow away airborne Imps in Plants vs. Zombies, he can in this game. He can also blow away an airborne Prospector Zombie.
He can, like Hurrikale, combine with Dandelion to release a barrage of seeds from two of them. However, these Dandelions will have to recharge following the attack, leaving them sitting until their "hair" regenerate
- Main article: Clover line
Blover's latest reappearance was in the Chinese-exclusive turn-based game Plants vs. Zombies: All Stars as the first plant in the Clover line, evolving into Four-Leaf Blover and then into Fan Blover. He attacked by blowing air that damaged every zombie on the screen.
His ability was Maelstrom, which dealt 270 additional damage to all enemies.
His soulmates were members of the Spray Mushroom line for a health boost, members of the Tail line for a boost to their critical hit chance, and members of Choy line and Sunflower lines together for a damage boost.
Plants vs. Zombies Wiki has a gallery for Blover.
- Not counting Power Mints, he, Ice-shroom, and Thyme Warp are the only plants that have a "Full Board" area.