Mario Hoops 3-on-3
In Mario Hoops 3-on-3, Daisy Garden is the third court in the Flower Tourney. The court appears to be in an indoor garden, similar to a greenhouse. The court itself is made out of concrete, while the space around it features various flowers and plants. The baskets are replaced with Petey Piranhas. Here you can find a secret way to unlock another course: the Malboro Garden. For more information, please visit the Mario Hoops 3-on-3 page.
Mario Sports Mix
Daisy Garden reappears in Mario Sports Mix. It is possible to play dodgeball, hockey and basketball on the court. It is also used for the Feed Petey party game. The design is different than in Mario Hoops 3-on-3. On all sides of the field are doors to leave the garden. The field is still made of concrete, but it now has Daisy's logo on it. The garden is round this time, while it was a rectangle in Mario Hoops 3-on-3. The garden also now doesn't have as much plants as in Mario Hoops 3-on-3. It means that this is probably a different garden than the Daisy Garden in Mario Hoops 3-on-3.
Something strange about this court is that, in volleyball, Daisy Garden isn't playable in exhibition, it is only playable in the secret road of the Flower Cup, while unlocking Tennis-wear Daisy. This is the only court to have that problem.
- In addition to Daisy Hills and Daisy Circuit, we can see in Mario Sports Mix too that Daisy is very influenced by Europe and more precisely France and The Netherlands: the garden has a typical French structure (an elegant symmetry) and is as colored as Dutch tulips gardens.
- The Mario Sport Mix version of Daisy garden can be located into a structure that resemble a castle. It could be Daisy's castle, but it's not confirmed yet.
- The Malboro garden, another course in Mario Hoops 3-on-3, looks like to be a ruined version of this garden. Additionally its music is a remixed version of the Daisy Garden one.