- For other uses, see Power Flower (disambiguation).
Power Flower is a recurring plant name within the Plants vs. Zombies franchise. Interestingly, Power Flower's design and abilities are different in every appearance, to the point the only consistent thing between all three is they are flowers.
As of Plants vs. Zombies 3, Power Flowers have appeared in four games.
Power Flower's name is a switch of the words in the slogan "flower power", which was used during the late 1960s and early 1970s as a symbol of passive resistance and non-violence ideology. The word later become a general term for the hippie movement, which also references Adventures Power Flower's appearance and Facebook description.
- Main article: Power Flower (PvZA)
The first Power Flower appeared in PopCap's ill-fated Facebook game Plants vs. Zombies Adventures. In this game, Power Flower was the VIP counterpart to Sunflower and by extension, Twin Sunflower. She gave three sun at a time and like other VIP plants, was free to plant herself.
She could first be obtained after beating level 4 of Cadaver Cavern, took 12 hours to harvest, 1,500 gems to unlock and costed either 30 gems or 200 coins.
- Main article: Power Flower (PvZ: GW)
Her primary weapon is the Power Pulse, which is similar to his normal variant's primary weapon, firing quickly, but also has an electric effect, chaining to zombies around the initial target. In return, Power Flower has less starting ammo than Sunflower (40 versus 50).
- Main article: Power Flower (PvZH)
Power Flower's name would later appear in the turn-based mobile game Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, the latest appearance of the Power Flower name. Here as premium rare plant card member of the Solar class.
They are a member of the Flower tribe, costs 5, and has 3/5 as well as Strikethrough. Their ability has them heal the Plant Hero at the start of each turn, the amount of health being restored being based on how many Flowers are on the field.
Plants vs. Zombies Wiki has a gallery for Power Flower.
- Power Flower is currently the only plant to have a different design every game. Even the appearances between Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare and Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 have noticeable differences.