Though this game is very colourful and and somewhat interesting in some aspects, it seems I was stuck forever on a level before going to the next one, even after surpassing the meager expectations of the goals of that level. Fiona Finch and the Finest Flowers is a time management gardening game, and many players of dash or farming sim style games might find this to be entertaining.
I found the waiting for Fiona’s phone to ring and get silly orders for maybe two or three certain kind of flowers to be irritating. On the upside, while we were waiting for those orders we built our inventory and did some plant hybrid breeding. We also pruned the beds for more fully blooming blooms, which game us one big plant rather than three small ones. The seed mixing was my favourite aspect of them game, in seeing what kind of flowers we would get when we would mix two strains together. Sadly, we could only mix one kind of pollen into a pistil at a time. No monster Frankenflowers in Fiona’s garden. Maybe if this was an option, the game would have been more exciting. If you like gardening sims, you might want to take Fiona for a whirl, but I found this game to be rather mediocre. A little more experimentation might be in order in Fiona’s greenhouse for me to take this game on again.