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The Sims 4: Romantic Garden Stuff

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The Sims 4 Romantic Garden Stuff guide

The Sims 4: Romantic Garden Stuff

The Sims 4: Romantic Garden Stuff is the sixth stuff pack for The Sims 4. It was announced on February 2, 2016 and released on February 9, 2016.The pack includes a luscious variety of floras and plants as well as furniture with vines growing up them. 

Build Lush Gardens

Build a lush Victorian garden for your Sims and get ready for romance with The Sims™ 4 Romantic Garden Stuff. Set the mood with romantic, floral fashions for your Sims and share a playful moment by the magnificent water fountain. Then head over to the Wishing Well, toss in a coin, and see if your Sim’s deepest desires come true.

Game Features:

Build a Victorian-inspired garden. Use a variety of stunning flowers, moss covered statues, and ivy-wrapped arches to create a romantic garden space for your Sims.

Discover the Wishing Well. Toss in a coin and make a wish. With a bit of luck, Sims could be granted eternal youth, extravagant riches, or even the love of their life. But be careful! Sims may not always get what they wish for…

Splash in the water fountain. This magnificent garden centerpiece is also a great spot for your Sims to enjoy each other’s company. Feeling playful? Jump in and splash around, or add soap for a bubbling good time!

Dress in modern floral fashions. Add a touch of floral fun to your Sim’s wardrobe with romantic, modern fashions and hairstyles.



  • Patrick Hawes – Aristocrat
  • Ian Hughes – St James
  • Michael and Pomeroy – Gardens of England
  • Gledden and Loy – Bandurria
  • Julian Gallant – In The Parlour
  • Ian Hughes – Lords and Ladies
  • Bouwe Dykstra – Minuet
  • Tobin Meegan and Gallant – Baroque Elegance


  • Kari Kimmel – Mura Lurve


All Stuff Packs Here

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