Too Many Plants Mod Minecraft 1.5/1.4.7/1.4.6

Too Many Plants Mod is a mod for anyone who wishes that Minecraft had more in the way of naturally occurring botany and has somehow missed all of the other mods that already do that. As of version 1.5.0, it adds a total of 15 new generating plants, as well as a reasonable number of new items to craft with them. Want to know more about Too Many Plants Mod? Let’s see post below!


  • Updated for 1.4.6!
  • The mod now reports (anonymously) how many unique IPs use it. If you want to disable it, add ‘B:snoop=false’ to the misc section of your config before updating.
  • You can now harvest creepara with golden shears regardless of whether it’s covered with water
  • You can now disable lichen from spawning or spreading in the config
  • Fixed a few bugs


Too Many Plants Mod Installation

  1. Download and install Minecraft Forge
  2. Download Too Many Plants Mod (1.5/1.4.7/1.4.6)
  3. Place TooManyPlants.jar in the mods folder in .minecraft. (this is for both client and server)
  4. Done and Enjoy!

Download Link

For MC1.4.7/1.4.6: TooManyPlants Mod 1.4.6


The Glow Flower

  • Grows: Anywhere there’s grass
  • Rarity: Very common
  • Description: The glow flower is probably the first new plant you’ll see when you generate a new world. In order for it to glow, you need to pick it and then place it again. These flowers glow very dimly, so they’re mainly only useful as decoration.

The Air Flower

  • Grows: Anywhere there’s grass
  • Rarity: Average to uncommon
  • Description: While air flowers are significantly less common than glow flowers, they do tend to grow in larger clumps. When you place one, it will clear out any nearby water to make a 3x3x3 air bubble centered around itself, much like how sponges used to work. Handy for starting underwater building projects! You can also mount one on a stick to make a Rainstick.

The Bean Plant

  • Grows: Anywhere there’s grass
  • Rarity: Average to uncommon
  • Description: Bean plants aren’t particularly rare, but they blend into grass very well. When broken, they drop 1-2 beans. Beans can be planted in dirt and will grow into a new bean plant after five minutes. They’re also crafting ingredients in bean stew and magic beans.

The Pitcher Plant

  • Grows: In swamps
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Description: The pitcher plant acts as an infinite cauldron. While a water source block will accomplish that task equally well, pitcher plants won’t flood your house if you accidentally break the block holding them. Also, they’re more decorative!


  • Grows: In the Nether
  • Rarity: Average to common
  • Description: Ever wish you could farm bones literally instead of figuratively? Well, now you can! Bonefinger grows on netherrack in the darker corners of the Nether. When harvested in the wild, it drops only boneseed, but when grown by the player, it’ll also drop 0-4 bones. Bonefinger requires darkness instead of light, and while it will grow outside of the Nether, it won’t grow nearly as fast.


  • Grows: On stone exposed to light
  • Rarity: Average
  • Description: Lichen will slowly spread to cover any nearby rock-like surfaces and is very very flammable. It can be toasted in a furnace to make roasted lichen, which will cure you of any debuffs (or buffs) much like milk, while remaining conveniently stackable. It even heals a heart!


  • Grows: In jungles
  • Rarity: Uncommon to rare
  • Description: While creepara technically spawns fairly commonly, it only grows underneath leaves, making it very difficult to spot. Left clicking, touching, or shooting an arrow at creepara will cause it to explode. Violently. The only two ways to harvest it are to cover it in water on all sides except its bottom or to use golden shears to break it. Additionally, if you feed a creepara five gunpowder (right-click it), it will randomly transform leaves in a 3x3x3 area into more creepara.

The Prickly Pear

  • Grows: In deserts
  • Rarity: Average to common
  • Description: Prickly pears act similarly to cacti, with a couple of differences:
    They don’t grow upward;  They won’t break if you place a block next to them; They look cooler. Also, you can craft them with a bucket to get a bucket of water.

The Fire Flower

  • Grows: In swamps
  • Rarity: Uncommon to average
  • Description: Much like torches, fire flowers emit smoke, although they don’t emit light. If you put one on a stick, you get a firelauncher.

The Dawnflower

  • Grows: On mountains, but not snowy ones
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Description: Dawnflowers will open during the day and close at night, making them theoretically useful as a watch when underground. Apart from that, they’re an easier way of acquiring purple dye.

The Berry Bush

  • Grows: In forests, but not snowy ones
  • Rarity: Uncommon to average
  • Description: Breaking a berry bush will yield 1-4 berries. Berries can be eaten for some healing and a short speed boost, or you can use them as ingredients in a berry pie.

The Lotus

  • Grows: On snowy mountains
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Description: Breaking a lotus will drop a lotus blossom, which can be eaten for 15-30 experience.

The Lily

  • Grows: In any snowy areas
  • Rarity: Uncommon
  • Description: Lilies by themselves aren’t particularly useful, but their seeds can be gilded, allowing you to grow gilded lilies that yield small amounts of gold.

The Evil Flower

  • Grows: In deserts
  • Rarity: Uncommon to rare
  • Description: The evil flower grows on sand instead of dirt. Attempting to break it with anything other than shears will kill you instantly. Breaking it with shears will deal 5 hearts of damage and yield an evil flower petal.


  • Grows: In the Nether
  • Rarity: Somewhat uncommon
  • Description: Chillspike will always be surrounded by frozen netherrack in the wild. It will freeze any water or lava that comes next to it, as well as put out any fires. It also acts as a cactus, but with knockback. It’s very difficult (but possible) to break with anything other than golden shears, as you’ll take a five hearts of damage and get knocked back otherwise. Finally, it’ll slowly freeze netherrack within a diamond shape around it over time.

Credits to benzrf for makes and updates this awesome Too Many Plants Mod.


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