Garden, Shoutout Area
Almost seen every episode
There are no official requirements to get into the Love Garden, though the rule is that you cannot ask to be added.
If you have something that you feel like you should share with Stampy Cat so you can possibly be in the Love Garden, some of the best options are Twitter, Facebook, or his email.
Stampy's love garden started as a joke that his old Minecraft helper Crimson Azoth made a heart in Minecraft out of dirt when they were clearing out an area for a future building to be made. Eventually, Stampy created his love garden. It started as every person that commented on Stampy's videos, were added to his love garden. Later on, he made restrictions of adding people to the love garden, like not being able to ask. Formerly, each person in the love garden had their own sign, however Stampy compacted the amount of people in signs so 4 people to (if possible, 5 or 6) could be on one since he was running out of space to put signs, mainly because of popularity.
After changing it so that everyone had to share a sign in the Love Garden, Stampy ran out of space again in his Love Garden simply because it was too full of signs. Therefore, he expanded the Love Garden back, closer to his theatre and added in an extra two rows on both sides of the Love Garden.
After the Love Garden was completely filled up, Stampy, with the help of William Beaver, built a new space underneath the original which added new room to add people in. It is the newest area within the house.
Notable People AddedEdit
- William Beaver - current Minecraft helper
- Polly Reindeer - current Minecraft helper
- Fizzy Elephant - current Minecraft helper
- Crimson Azoth - a former Minecraft helper, creator of the Love Garden
- L for Lee x - one of Stampy's closest collaborators, and a former Minecraft helper
- Jamie Huffer - a former Minecraft helper
- Agentcal117 - a former Minecraft helper
- Hit the Target - Stampy's rival and main antagonist in the Lovely World, a former Minecraft helper
- Afro Dan91 - a former Minecraft helper
- AmyLee33 - a former Minecraft helper
- Elaine Maatje - a former Minecraft helper, allowed Stampy to show her world
- Melanie Candy - Stampy's former girlfriend and co-creator of the Tardis
- InTheLittleWood - Stampy's friend and a fellow computer graphics artist
- AshDubh - a former Minecraft helper
- IBallisticSquid - one of Stampy's closest collaborators, and a former Minecraft helper
- WeeWeeGaming - a former Minecraft helper, helped Stampy to make music for It's A Lovely World
- ZShoot2KillZ - a former Minecraft helper and an additional player in some adventure maps Stampy and Squid played
- MissPinkMermaid - a former Minecraft helper
- Sqaishey Quack - Stampy’s wife and partner in Sky Den, Cave Den, Ocean Den and Space Den, one of Stampy's closest collaborators, and a former Minecraft helper
- NettyPlays - Stampy's sister and a former Minecraft helper
- Shaytards - YouTuber family
- Easter Bunny - a character only appeared annually during Easter
- Santa - a character only appeared annually during Christmas (spelt wrong 7 times)
- FaZe RayRay - a fan of Stampy who got to tour the Lovely World with Stampy himself
- Francis J. - winner of the Sing for Stampy contest, made the song for the 200th episode
- 4J Studios - Minecraft developer for consoles
- Mojang - Minecraft creators
A few of Minecraft YouTubers has used Stampy's style of thanking people in their own forms and perspective on their main Minecraft Lets Play series.
In Sqaishey's main series, Feather Adventures, she has an area named "Feather Friends pond" where she adds and thank people for their amazing work (artwork, food, etc.) which were inspired by her main series or her other series, much like what Stampy does.
Due to the amount of signs Stampy has put in the Love Garden, the Lovely World is laggy, even the viewers cannot watch the videos clearly.
Stampy addressed this problem in this video where he had three options, one of them was to remove the Love Garden. This was the option he didn't like because the Love Garden stood there for over five years and the idea has been loved by the fans and Stampy himself.
The results, however, show that most of the viewers voted for this option. The other options were 1) to ignore the lag and 2) to transfer the world to Xbox One but will not receive any future updates. It is likely that Stampy would do this option, but he mentioned that he would wait for the worst to come.
On 27th October 2017, Stampy posted to Twitter thanking 4J Studios for optimising the signs which helped to reduce the lag near the Love Garden.
On 19th August 2020, in the video Back To Business, Stampy shows the Love Garden with no lag, as he had transferred his Lovely World from the Xbox Console (Legacy) Edition to the Bedrock Edition on PC, which instantly optimised the signs. Stampy, in a prior live-stream, hopes that the new next-generation Xbox Series X can work the same way for the Love Garden, so he can go back to console.
- The Love Garden, along with most portions of Stampy's House, appeared as one of the locations in the tutorial level of Minecraft in TU19. The Love Garden in this recreation also contained signs of not the actual people in the original but the names of some of his friends, including Stampy himself.
- The Love Garden appeared in Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2 as an Easter egg. The difference with the one in the Lovely World is that only the love heart is present and no signs are placed within it.
- It was completely filled up in any episodes "Chicken Twins, Block Sucker, Water Pit and New Love Garden".