Trainers may earn these hearts in a variety of ways once they’ve made Floette their companion. Here are all the things trainers may perform with their companion to earn hearts, in case you need a refresher:
Give them a treat
Take a Snapshot
Visit a new place
Bonus hearts are sometimes awarded to pals who bring a souvenir or gift to their trainer. A trainer can win a heart by visiting a PokeStop that their friend wishes to visit.
Keep in mind that trainers can only earn a maximum of 12 hearts every day, even if they do everything they can to get them. This indicates that evolving Floette into Florges will take at least two days.
This is a significant divergence from Floette’s approach to growth in the main series games. Typically, all it takes to develop Floette into Florges is a Shiny Stone; however, they require another technique because this stone isn’t in the phone app.
How Do You Get Floette In Pokémon Go?
Flabébé is a Gen 6 Pokémon who debuted in Pokémon Go in February 2022 alongside Floette and Florges. Because Flabébé can only be spotted in the wild, we recommend keeping a watch on your Pokémon radar to see if one is around. It’s a good idea to capture as many as possible during Valentine’s Day 2022 event because you’ll need a lot of Flabébé Candy to progress to the third level.
Two of the five versions of Flabebe – White Flower Flabebe and Orange Flower Flabebe – can be found in all areas around the world in Pokemon Go. The other three versions will only be available in certain geographical regions, as of this writing:
Red Flower Flabebe – Europe, Middle East, and Africa
Blue Flower Flabebe – Asia-Pacific
Yellow Flower Flabebe – Americas
Evolved Version – Florges
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Florges is a Pokémon of the Fairy type that debuted in Generation VI. Florges is a slim Pokémon with a green bottom body and a white top body. It has a rounded head with a pointed, upturned nose, long, teardrop-shaped ears, and black eyes with long, green lashes that seem like plant lashes. An exquisite arrangement of flowers surrounds its head, which might be red, yellow, orange, blue, or white. It features two black diamond shapes on its chest and delicate arms with three tiny fingers. Its bottom body has two big leaves emerging above the tailfin, like a mermaid’s tail. There is no male equivalent to this female-only species.
Florges could exist for hundreds of years and dedicate its life to preserving gardens. It lives in lovely flower beds and has complete control over the blooms it produces. It also gets its strength from the energy released by blossoming plants. It has previously been commissioned to design flower gardens for castles.
Florges, Floette, and Flabebe will all be appearing in myriad forms. Red, Blue, Orange, White, and Yellow are the five hues available. During the Valentine’s Day event, the Red, Blue, and Yellow varieties will be common spawns in the wild, while the Orange and White versions will be rare.
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Flabébé is a Pokémon of the Fairy type that debuted in Generation VI. Flabébé is a tiny Pokémon whose top half is white and its lower half is green. It features petite, pointed ears, beady eyes, and a pink blush mark on each cheek. It also has long, notched ears and a little pointed snout. Several pollen spheres create a crown on the top of its head. It has a tail and stubby limbs but no apparent legs. Flabébé is a female-only species; there are no males. It is one of the world’s smallest and lightest Pokémon. Flabébé is frequently shown clutching the yellow stigma, which the anime refers to as a “Fairy Flower.” Three stamens and rounded petals in red, yellow, orange, blue, or white make up the flower. It likewise has three tiny leaves on a short green stalk. Its crown comprises pollen from the flower, which has medicinal effects. Flabébé can control and draw power from the flower, but he is in danger without it. It will, however, keep looking until it discovers a bloom that it enjoys.
According to the anime, a Flabébé’s flower will not float if one of its petals comes off. The White Flower Flabébé is rare and difficult to locate, according to Professor Oak’s Pokémon Holo Caster and Gurkinn in A Festival Reunion.