What does the sweet potato do in pvz2?

What does the sweet potato do in pvz2?

Sweet Potato allows the player to attract zombies into well-guarded lanes while setting safe zones for sun production and other supporting plants. She is especially useful for setting choke points and allow area of effect plants such as Banana Launcher, Spikerock, and Lava Guava to maximize their damage potential.

What does the Potato in plants vs zombies do?

Hot Potato is the first plant obtained in Frostbite Caves in Plants vs. Zombies 2, and she is the world’s exclusive plant. She is a single-use plant capable of thawing frozen blocks, freeing the zombie or plant that is trapped inside it, taking 2.5 seconds to do it, which makes her an environment modifier.

Is it a Potato in Plants vs Zombies?

Wiki Targeted (Games) Sweet Potato is a minor recurring character within the Plants vs. Zombies franchise. Sweet Potato acts like a defensive plant who moves zombies from other lanes to her own, allowing them to be more easily attacked.

What is the strongest plant in Pvz?

Sunflower>Strongest plant. The strongest ever plant IMO is Cob Cannon.

What are sweet potato vines?

Sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas), named for its edible cousin, is an ornamental warm-season annual grown for its attractive leaves and vining habit. The vigorous vines can reach up to 10 feet long and are most often used as a trailing accent in containers.

How long does it take for a potato mine to grow?

14 seconds
After being planted, Potato Mine will take 14 seconds (about the time it takes a regular zombie or any other slow zombie to walk three spaces) to arm himself before surfacing, during which Potato Mine is vulnerable to attack.

How do you use a potato mine?

There are four ways a Potato Mine can activate other than a zombie directly making contact with him: Using Plant Food on a Spikeweed or Spikerock will push all zombies to him and will make any armed Potato Mine they pass detonate.

Should I trim sweet potato vines?

The vines of sweet potatoes tend to ramble far and wide, which is why many home gardeners don’t raise them. It’s best not to trim vines; they help feed the potatoes.