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Daisy has to pick all flowers and harvest all vegetables and fruits. After that she must climb up to the highest point of a ladder and only then will she have finished the garden. But do not think it is all over then, because the next garden is already waiting for Daisy.

Daisy will often have to dig up things or dig her way through the soil. Sometimes there will be secret passages below the ground. Digging is an important technique, which will make it possible to  finish more difficult gardens. Daisy cannot jump over things. It is easy for Daisy to see when she has collected everything,  because the ladders will turn green. Now she will have to get to the highest point of the garden.

Daisy can only defend herself against the marmot like this: she can dig holes in which the marmot will fall (while Daisy is quickly walking across it) and which will make the caterpillar turn around. Sometimes Daisy will find garlic or an invisible making mushroom,  which will drive away the marmot or which will make her invisible to the marmot and the caterpillar for the time being.

Daisy can open doors to which she has a matching key (it must be the same colour as the door). Of course, she must have collected them first.

Sometimes Daisy will also find a clue on how to get through the  garden.

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