Strange Horticulture is a relaxing puzzle about witches and supernatural plants
Even after many years of playing video games, I still sometimes come across some I don't quite know how to describe. It's an exciting thing, but also deeply inconvenient when part of your job requires you to, well, describe games. Strange Horticulture calls itself a puzzle, but it isn't a puzzle in any way I associate with the word.
You are the horticulturist, nameless and mostly voiceless, welcoming patrons into a shop that consists of many shelves of different vibrantly coloured plants and flowers, as well as a desk with a drawer. As a player, you can interact with the desk and its contents, as well as plants, of course.