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I've been trying for a perfect town rating for a number of weeks now, and I fixed the cleanliness issues and developing issues. Now, whenever I talk to Isabelle, she'll tell me we're so close to getting a perfect town rating. She then says the following: "The citizens also say they feel there isn't enough greenery in (town name). They want more plants in town!" I don't fully understand. She's asked me specifically about trees before, so that's not the problem. I have at least 85 flowers in town. So what do I need? Are there any other plants that might be needed?

  • possible duplicate of What's missing for my "perfect town"? – Frank Aug 20 '13 at 15:46
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    @fbueckert: That guy's asking what public works he needs though. This guy's asking what plants he needs. – Ullallulloo Aug 20 '13 at 16:10
  • @Ullallulloo A perfect town has certain requirements; we don't need a separate question for every facet of what is needed. – Frank Aug 20 '13 at 16:12
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    @fbueckert: Each requirement seems pretty complicated, especially the public works. One general one to cover every area seems like it would be pretty broad. – Ullallulloo Aug 20 '13 at 16:18
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    @Ullallulloo That's exactly it. I literally searched the first 8 pages of google, 4 forums- nothing. There are many, many different parts to the perfect town rating, and all I've seen so far is "over 75 flowers" or "6-9 flowers in each acre", although that second one is incorrect. No one has actually focused on the greenery, because most people have problems with the public works projects. – Alex Aug 20 '13 at 16:23
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The things that contribute to nature requirements for a perfect town (as far as I know) are:

  1. Between 110 and 200 trees
  2. More than 75 flowers

Additionally, some public works projects affect the amount of greenery in your town (see below).

Via this FAQ by Liquefy on GameFAQs under "Citizen Satisfaction". Relevant parts copied/pasted below for convenience:

"Abundant nature" means:
1) appropriate number of trees (not counting shrubs (newly planted saplings and 
bamboo don't count); "dead" trees (perfect fruit trees that have lost their 
leaves) DO count) (-1 point for each less than 110) (-1 point for each above 
200)
2) many flowers (not counting wilting) (+1 point for 51 to 75) (+25 points if 
more than 75)
3) high Nature Points from built Public Works

Here are the Public Works that affect Nature Points:

   Greatly increase:
...Flower Clock - 87,000 Bells (triggered by "perfect" status)

   Largely increase:
...Flower Bed - 26,400 Bells (suggested by Normal female villager)
...Flower Arch - 87,000 Bells (suggested by Normal female villager)
...Wisteria Trellis - 124,000 Bells (suggested by aneki female villager)
...Rack of Rice - 17,400 Bells (suggested by Cranky male villager)
...Circle Topiary - 93,000 Bells (Weeding Day)
...Square Topiary - 93,000 Bells (Weeding Day)
...Tulip Topiary - 93,000 Bells (Weeding Day)

   Slightly increase:
...Solar Panel - 126,000 Bells (suggested by Jock male villager)
...Wind Turbine - 156,000 Bells (suggested by any villager)
...Windmill - 372,000 Bells (suggested by aneki female villager)

   Slightly decrease:
...Picnic Blanket - 39,800 Bells (suggested by aneki female villager)
...Traffic Signal - 82,000 Bells (suggested by Jock male villager)
...Illuminated Heart - 136,000 Bells (suggested by Peppy female villager)
...Illuminated Arch - 148,000 Bells (suggested by Snooty female villager)
...Illuminated Clock - 146,000 Bells (suggested by Peppy female villager)
...Illuminated Tree - 128,000 Bells (suggested by Peppy female villager)
...Tower - 726,000 Bells (suggested by Snooty female villager)

   Largely decrease:
...Tire Toy - 49,800 Bells (suggested by Lazy male villager)

   Greatly decrease:
...Garbage Can - 53,000 Bells (suggested by Normal female village)
...Video Screen - 284,000 Bells (suggested by Jock male villager)
...Drilling Rig - 298,000 Bells (suggested by Cranky male villager)

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