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Hat ugly, but killing flowers fun!


The Garland is a wearable Dress item for the head slot. It requires 12 Petals to craft. It is easy to make and can help maintain Sanity early on, as it is available to craft from the beginning of the game.

It restores 1.33 Sanity/min while worn, but in Don't Starve Together, Wurt loses 1.33 Sanity/min instead.

The Garland spoils over time, like Food, spoiling 25% slower in Winter. When it is completely spoiled, it disappears without leaving any Rot. Its Sanity restoration stays constant over time despite the spoilage level of the Garland, meaning it does not need to be replaced until completely worn out.

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In Don't Starve Together, Skins can be applied to certain items to change their appearance. Information on how to obtain specific skins can be found on the Belongings page.

  • The Spiffy Holly Wreath and Ribbon Wreath skins are only obtainable during the official Winter's Feast event.
  • The Woven - Elegant Feathered Wreath and Life Blossom Garland skins were introduced during the official The Forge event in 2017.

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  • In all DLCs and Don't Starve Together, wearing a wet Garland is actually more damaging to Sanity than it is helpful. In the base game this is not an issue since items do not get wet.
  • Too many players making Garland can be disruptive to hives making honey, obtaining Butterflies for more flowers or Butterfly Wings for Butter Muffins. Using a Garland for as much as is needed and then sharing it is a more effective strategy until silk is able to be obtained regularly.

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  • The Garland was added in the Insanity! update.
  • The Garland was a fan suggestion.
  • Garlands used to be edible in the older versions of Don't Starve.

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