Flower Garden Solitaire

Game info

  • Decks: 1;
  • Difficulty: Medium;
  • Game time: Medium;
  • Probability of winning: 20%;
  • Type: Skill;

Objective

Move all the cards, in ascending order in suit, to the four foundations.

The game

Foundations
  • The game has 4 foundations (right side);
  • Accept cards in ascending order (from Ace to King) and of the same suit;
  • You can use the top card.
Reserve (bouquet)
  • The bouquet is located at the bottom;
  • Any card can be used;
  • Cannot move cards into the bouquet.
Tableau (flower beds)
  • There are 6 flower beds piles;
  • Only the top card of each pile can be used;
  • Cards must be arranged in descending order (neither suit nor color matters);
  • Empty spaces can be filled with any card.

Tips

About Flower Garden Solitaire

The origin of the name of this game is unknown. What is known is that each pile can be referred to as a "flower bed" (the set of all piles being called a "garden") and the reserve is called a "bouquet". In other words, it's like each card is a flower.

Another interesting fact about this game is that all the cards are already open. Therefore, the "luck" factor is practically eliminated. As you can see all the cards, you can plan your moves. The only luck you need to have is the distribution of cards. The more aces on top of the piles, the easier the game will be. On the other hand, if the game starts with many kings on top of the piles, the game will definitely be difficult.

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