Carrot Rocket Launcher.png
This article is about content available solely in the People's Republic of China.
A plague has swept this era.
This article is about content that is no longer available. As such, it is archived.
Not to be confused with Carrotillery, a plant in the Chinese version of Plants vs. Zombies 2.

Carrot Rocket (胡萝卜火箭; pinyin: húluóbō huǒjiàn) was a plant in Plants vs. Zombies Online. It was obtained in Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum, and it would shoot carrot missiles which aim for the last zombie in the lane. This plant was meant to deal with Archer Zombie, as it changed its target immediately to Archer Zombie if it was on the lawn. It took 4.8 seconds to reload.



Carrotillery is based on Daucus carota sativus, more commonly known as a carrot, a domesticated root vegetable whose wild counterparts are native to Europe and Southeast Asia.

Almanac entry


技能: 发出大量大号胡萝卜火箭弹、打击每一排的最后一个僵尸
消耗阳光: 125
伤害: 中等
冷却时间: 短

    In English: Carrot Rocket

    Launches carrot rockets to the last zombie in its lane.
    Skills: Launches a large number of large carrot rockets to the last zombie in each lane.
    Sun cost: 200

    Damage: Moderate
    Recharge: Fast

Plant Food effect

When given Plant Food, Carrot Rocket shot out rockets which dealt huge damage to the zombies they hit.

In Adventure Mode

It would attack 3 random targets with its Plant Food rockets.



Although it was not a very powerful plant on itself, it was highly recommended to choose this plant when Archer Zombie appeared, as it will not move and stay at the back when there are plants on its lane. Even more, this zombie could attack from a far distance, making it well protected. Carrot Rockets would always target the backmost zombie, so a Carrot Rocket behind Wall-nut combo would have been extremely useful against Archer Zombies, preventing them from killing the plants easily.



  • It and Carrotillery are very similar. Their only difference is while this plant fires at the furthest zombie from home, Carrotillery targets the enemy ahead of it.
  • Its explosion is similar to Dandelion's bomb in Plants vs. Zombies 2. The only difference is their colors.

See also

V · T · E
Plants (Tower defense)
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.