Forget-Me-Not Valley is a relatively small town, with few residents and buildings. It appears in the games:
Buildings And ResidentsEditBelow are the list of residents and buildings, in correspondance with the map on the right.
Area 1- Your FarmlandEdit
Your farmland. This area includes your farmhouse, Takakura's house, poultry and animal barns, (AWL) a stable (DS) and a water hole. There is one giant pasture here, it can be used for crop growth (DS only) or buildings. Compared to the fields scattered around the valley in Harvest Moon DS, the growth rate of this soil is average.
Farmhouse: Where the player character lives. In A Wonderful Life, the house initially includes a bed, record player, kitchen, television, bookshelf and small table. In Harvest Moon DS, the house also includes a telephone, but does not initially include a kitchen. The house is automatically expanded upon in A Wonderful Life, but in Harvest Moon DS you must call Gotz to renovate your house.
Farm Shack: Takakura, an old friend of your deceased father lives here. He is the one who introduces you to the farm life. In A Wonderful Life, he narrates each chapter, ships your produce and gives you advice on farming. If you befriend him, he will introduce you to Tartan, a plant that produces hybrid seeds. In Harvest Moon DS, he will inform you when an animal has died, and will also give you your horse.
Area 2- Vesta's FarmsEdit
This area includes Vesta's Farm, Galen and Nina's house, and the exit to Mineral Town. It is impossible to exit Forget me Not Valley. In Harvest Moon DS, there is one large field in this area that wraps around Nina and Galen's house. The field is often covered in sticks and stones, and edible plants rarely grow there. In comparison to other fields scattered around the valley, the growth rate of this soil is slow.
Vesta's Farm: A trio of farmers. Vesta, her brother Marlin, and a young girl named Celia all live in one of the two buildings. The other building is used by Vesta as the town's only permanent shop. Vesta sells nearly all types of seeds here, and is your only source for tree seeds in Harvest Moon DS. There are several large fields by the shop, but they are always used by the three farmers, so you cannot plant there. Celia is an eligable bachelorette in both games, as is Marlin in both games' female counterparts. Vesta will give you a Weird Hoe if you befriend her. Befriending any of the three can lead your child to be interested in farming. (AWL only)
Hilltop House: Galen and his wife Nina are an elderly couple wishing to live out the rest of their lives in Forget-Me-Not Valley. Galen enjoys fishing, and will give you a Fishing Rod. In Harvest Moon: DS, Nina will give you a hand-knitted sock.
Area 3- WaterfallEdit
This portion of the valley is where Professor Carter and his assistant Flora live. There is a mine here that you can dig in to find various objects. In Harvest Moon DS, there are two fields right beside the main pathway. The soil here is above average. In addition, there is a hidden field behind the waterfall that can be unlocked with the Legendary Sword. This soil will speed up the growth rate of plants 2x normal speed.
Excavation Tent: Professor Carter and his assistant Flora live in this tent. They dig in the mines during most of the day. Flora is eligable only in Harvest Moon: DS, and Carter is also eligable in DS:CUTE. In AWL, Carter can convince your child to pursue archaeology.
Area 4: Goddess PondEdit
No humans live here, but you can find the Harvest Sprites in a large tree near the Goddess's Pond. Mukumuku, a large, white, furry beast wanders around here in Winter. There is one field stretching from the pond to the river in Harvest Moon DS. The soil quality is above average.
Goddess Pond: The Harvest Goddess lives here in Harvest Moon DS once you have gathered 60 Harvest Sprites. She is unavailable for marriage due to bugs and glitches in the North American version. Although in more recent versions of Harvest Moon DS the glitches have been fixed so you can marry her.
Area 5: Inner InnEdit
Tim and Ruby run this inn, while their son Rock and a nomad named Nami live here as well. Many visitors frequent this inn in Harvest Moon DS, where Tim is not present. In Harvest Moon DS, there are three fields near the inn, which have soil of average quality.
Inner Inn: Tim and Ruby are the owners of this inn, while Rock and Nami live in the vacant rooms upstairs. In A Wonderful Life, Tim will give you a Strange Hoes if you befriend him. Befriend Ruby and she will give you a special spice. In Harvest Moon DS, Tim is away travelling.
Areas 6, 7, 8, and 9: SwampEdit
The most rural part of the village, there is a swamp here where a mysterious turtle lives. Many bachelors live here, such as Cody, Gustafa and Daryll. There are four fields near the swamp in DS, although all have poor quality soil.
Caravan: Cody is a sculptor. He can influence your child to pursue art in A Wonderful Life.
Yurt: Gustafa is a nomadic musician. He can influence your child to pursue music, and is an eligable bachelor in AnWL.
Area 10: Blue BarEdit
This bar is run by a man named Griffin. You can drink here to regain health. There is one medium-sized field near the bar; it's soil is of average quality.
Area 11: MansionEdit
Mansion: Romana, one of the first inhabitants of this village, resides in this mansion with her granddaughter Lumina, who is a budding pianist. Sebastian is their butler.
Old Shack: The Witch Princess lives in this small shack in Harvest Moon DS. Due to glitches, she is unavailable for marriage in the North American version of the game, though in recent versions the glitches have been fixed.
There are three small homes here, built for small families. There are no fields in this area.
House 3: Doctor Hardy lives here. He will give you a Weird Sickle if you befriend him.
This area is quite unimportant in A Wonderful Life, but it is used as a festival area in Harvest Moon DS. Nobody lives here, and there are no fields in this area.
Seaside Shack: Kai runs this shop during the summer.