Sunny Side Up is an ability for Sunflower in Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville. When activated, Sunflower drops a bunch of sundrops which heals for 3 health points for each sundrop. You can stack up to three charges of this ability.
Its name comes from "sunny side up", the method of cooking eggs which involves frying them on one side with an unbroken yolk being on top.
Showers healing sundrops out to help allies.
Use this before a fight to prepare yourself for the damage that will come. Use it when you are at low health to heal yourself before your natural regeneration kicks in. Use it when there are a lot of Plants at low health to heal them all at once.
There's not much that you can do if the Sunflower uses this ability; they will continuously heal themself. One strategy is to try to lead the Sunflower away from her sundrops so she can't be healed. You can accomplish this by using the All-Star's Sprint Tackle, or by pretending to act weak and leading them away. Another strategy is to wait until the sundrops disappear and then attack. Of course, the Sunflower may have another Sunny Side Up ready, so be prepared to deal with the healing. Another good strategy is to try to kill the Sunflower in one shot, such as by a ZPG or a Super Ultra Ball.
- This is similar to the original automatic ability for Sunflower during the beta portion of the first Garden Warfare game.