Pea Patch is a triassic rare plant card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes and a member of the Mega-Grow class. It costs 2 to play and has 2/2. It does not have any traits, and its Fusion ability gives the plant played on it +2/+2.
It is named after a P-Patch, also called a pea patch, a parcel of property used for gardening,
Its appearance is a visual pun on P-Patch, being a literal patch of peas.
Its description is a reference to Pea Patch Island, a small island in the state of Delaware where pets aren't allowed.
- Class: Mega-Grow
- Tribes: Leafy Pea Plant
- Traits: None
- Ability: Fusion: A Plant played on this gets +2/+2.
- Set - Rarity: Triassic - Rare
Don't let the Dog Walker anywhere near it.
- Added to the game.
Pea Patch's main usage is its Fusion ability, which you can use once Pea Patch is close to going down and to give a plant a moderate boost.
However, Pea Patch does have a few rivals. Grow-Shroom gives a plant the same boost, but does not have to survive through zombie tricks and damaging abilities to do so, while Fertilize gives a bigger boost than Pea Patch in general. However, Pea Patch can give 3-sun plants a boost right on turn 3, whereas the other two cannot. But Pea Patch's biggest rival is Pumpkin Shell, who only costs 1 sun more, but can survive better and support plants with low health. If you are playing as Grass Knuckles, Pumpkin Shell is generally a better choice, with the exception of some decks.
Fortunately, Pea Patch does have its place in terms of Evolution, specifically Savage Spinach's and Gatling Pea's. However, Pea Patch can't survive very well unless The Podfather is on the field, so you should either protect it or use this combo later in the game.
Pea Patch has average but low stats, so you should be able to destroy it easily. However, since your opponent will play it on an empty lane in most cases, it is recommended to save some brains for a Rolling Stone or Bungee Plumber. You also have to beware of Torchwood and The Podfather, as they can make Pea Patch more dangerous to deal with.
If your opponent is running a pea or leafy deck, they will most likely be carrying Gatling Pea or Savage Spinach too. If that is the case, they will hit much harder, so it is important to destroy any Pea Patches on the field first.
- It reuses Gatling Pea's projectiles.