Sunflora is the constantly cheery Sun Pokemon, but how exactly do you get this smiling Sunflower in Pokemon Go? What item do you need?
Fortunately, this is a pretty easy one for me to answer and for you to do, so let’s get into the details.
How to get Sunflora in Pokemon Go
Getting Sunflora in Pokemon Go might actually be one of the easiest item evolutions to complete, as both the item and Pokemon needed are relatively common, at least when compared to the other item based evolutions in the game.
To answer our question of how to get Sunflora in Pokemon Go, first of all, you’ll need to find yourself a Sunkern. Or more likely, find between 9 to 17 of them, depending on if you use Pinap berries on them or not, as the evolution will cost you 50 candy a time.
… though you can lower that further if you use rare candy, I suppose – I would recommend saving that for Legendaries and the like, however.
Following on from the candy and Pokemon requirements, you’ll also need a Sun Stone, which is the next thing we’ll discuss.
READ MORE: Pokemon Go: What is a Sun Stone used for?
While Sun Stones aren’t easy to get on short notice, you have a chance at one every single time you spin a Pokestop, get your seventh-day spin streak reward, or as a reward from research tasks and potentially from gifts.
All of these different sources can build up and if you do these things regularly, you’ll probably have a few of them by the time you need them anyway.
That makes evolving Sunkern into Sunflora pretty easy in Pokemon Go, as long as you have been doing those things regularly.
Is there anything else to know?
Once you’ve decided if you want Sunflora in Pokemon Go, hit the evolve button and you’re just about done here – one short evolution animation later and it’ll be added to your Pokedex.
Make sure to check out what else you can use the Sun Stone for with the article linked above though, it’s is used in four different evolutions after all.
That’s about everything that needs to be said for how to get Sunflora in Pokemon Go, really. If you’re looking for more Pokemon Go content like this guide or other news and stories, you can find them in our Pokemon Go Category, and if you’d instead like to see more by me specifically, you can find my page here.