Sunflower Land


All of your tokens, assets and collectibles are under ownership of your farm's NFT. When you want to transfer your assets or sell them on a secondary market like OpenSea, you will need to 'withdraw' the resources to your personal wallet.


The team has launched a new anti-bot verification system by Synaps. If Synaps believes an account is acting suspiciously, it will ask players to submit a selfie of themselves and NOTHING else; no documents, IDs or any other type of verification. The selfie does not store an image, just a graphical representation. Synaps will verify if an actual human is behind the screen. It is important to take your own selfie and not of a random person. The selfie verification will only be triggered when attempting to withdraw resource or trade at Goblin Retreat, so do not worry, it will not trigger when planting or minting. This is currently targeted at new players/farms as most long-term players have already been verified. For more information about Synaps' tool they use:

How to withdraw items?

Every item inside of Sunflower Land is identifiable as a token on the Polygon blockchain. This means you can share all the items you craft while playing the game!
When you withdraw items, they will be sent to your personal wallet. You will be able to view these on PolygonScan and your OpenSea profile.
How to withdraw?
  1. 1.
    Visit the bank
  2. 2.
    Click the Withdraw tab
  3. 3.
    Select which items you want to withdraw (click and hold an item if you want to withdraw multiple)
  4. 4.
    Click 'Withdraw'
  5. 5.
    Accept the MetaMask transaction & wait for it to complete
Log in to your OpenSea profile to view and transfer the items.
Congratulations, your items are now in your personal wallet! You can view these on Open Sea if you want to list them or send them to a different address

Why can't I withdraw some items?

The following items currently cannot be withdrawn: - Seeds - Food (Kitchen items) - Skills You can also not withdraw a boost while it is in use. A few examples of this are: 1. Golden Cauliflower - You cannot withdraw while Cauliflowers are planted 2. Scarecrow & Nancy - You cannot withdraw while crops are planted 3. Beavers - You cannot withdraw while trees are replenishing 4. Kuebiko - You cannot withdraw while you have seeds in your inventory 5. Mysterious Parsnip - You cannot withdraw while a parsnip is planted

How to withdraw resources?

In order to withdraw natural resources from your farm, you must enlist the help of the tribe of goblins that live in Goblin Village. These goblins graciously store the resources you've synced to the blockchain but to move any them to your personal wallet they must deliver them to you, for a fee.
The goblins will keep 30% of your resources in order to support their tribe and the community, 100% of this will be stored in Goblin Community Treasury.
How to request delivery?
  1. 1.
    Visit Goblin Storage
  2. 2.
    Click the Delivery tab
  3. 3.
    Select which resources you want to withdraw (click and hold an item if you want to withdraw multiple)
  4. 4.
    Click 'Deliver'
  5. 5.
    Accept the MetaMask transaction & wait for it to complete

How to withdraw SFL?

The game implements a tax when withdrawing any Sunflower Land Token from your farm. The goal of this is to:
  1. 1.
    Finance the project
  2. 2.
    Stabilize the economy
  3. 3.
    Reward holders
  4. 4.
    Disincentivize click farmers
  5. 5.
    Support the Wishing Well
Part of the withdraw fee, for instance, gets redistributed back into the game for people who have thrown tokens into the wishing well.

Fee System

The more tokens you wish to withdraw, the lower the fee. This means long-term farmers who work hard to build up their empire will be taxed less than people looking to drain the system. This fee is split and sent to: 40% Wishing Well, 30% to the Goblin Community Treasury, and 30% to the team. These values may be adjusted slightly, such as in situations where the wishing well reward pool runs low.
Withdraw Tax
Less than 10 SFL
Less than 100 SFL
Less than 1000 SFL
Less than 5000 SFL
More than 5000 SFL