How to Breed Shrubb My Singing Monsters Guide

My Singing Monsters is a popular mobile game where players collect and breed a variety of fun and colorful creatures known as monsters. Each monster has its own unique sound and personality, making for a diverse and entertaining gameplay experience.

One of the most interesting monsters in the game is the Shrubb, a double-element monster that is known for its graceful ballet-like movements and steady source of modulation, and sprayed saliva for the entire island chorus.

In this guide, we will take a closer look at the Shrubb and provide tips on how to breed it, as well as information on its likes, combinations, and where to find it in the game.


It is a double-element monster that is first unlocked on Plant Island. It has plant and earth elements and is classified as a natural monster. As a double-elemental monster, Shrubb does not have a high coin production, but it is still a valuable addition to any player’s collection.

How to Breed Shrubb Monster

If you’re looking to add the Shrubb to your collection, the best way to do so is by breeding Potbelly and Noggin.

Here are the possible combinations for breeding the Shrubb:

Parent 1Parent 2Resulting Monster

It is important to note that breeding time can be reduced by using an Enhanced Breeding Structure.

Shrubb Likes

Every monster in My Singing Monsters has different things that they like, and the Shrubb is no exception. For every unique object that it likes that is placed near the monster, the monster’s happiness will increase by 25%.

Here are the things that the Shrubb likes:

ItemRequired Level
Fire Bush5
Saggle Tree8
Razzli Tree12

Combinations Include Shrubb:

It is also useful in breeding other monsters.

Here are some combinations that include the Shrubb:

Parent 1Parent 2Resulting Monster
Toe JammerShrubbPummel

Where the Shrubb Lives:

It can be found on the following Islands in My Singing Monsters:

  • Plant Island

Can Be Brought to Following Islands:

  • Water Island
  • Earth Island
  • Fire Haven
  • Tribal Island
  • The Colossingum
  • Composer Island
  • Gold Island

Boost Earnings by Placing Decorations

To boost your Shrubb’s earnings, you can place decorations and other monsters near it to obtain a 25-50-75-100% earning bonus.

Here are some decorations that the Shrubb likes:

  • Fire Bush
  • Saggle Tree
  • Razzli Tree

The Shrubb Likes These Monsters:

It likes the following monsters

  • Bowgart
  • Reedling

Name of Monsters Who Like Shrubb

In addition to the Shrubb liking certain monsters, there are also some monsters that like the Shrubb.

These include:

Feeding Shrubb Monsters

Each monster in My Singing Monsters needs to be fed four times before it reaches the next level. Increasing the monster’s level increases the coins earned per minute, as well as the maximum coins earned. It’s important to note that feeding monsters will also increase the monster’s happiness, which can also boost earnings.

Buying Price And Selling Price:

It can be purchased for 30 diamonds or 4,000 coins on Composer Island, or 35 diamonds on Colossingum. Its selling price is 7,500 coins.

Breeding/Incubation Time:

The default breeding time for the Shrubb is 8 hours. However, by using an Enhanced Breeding Structure, the breeding time can be reduced to 6 hours.

Placement XP:

When placed on an island, the Shrubb will provide 4,000 XP.


There are two versions of the Shrubb in My Singing Monsters: Rare and Epic. The Rare Shrubb can be obtained by breeding two Rare monsters, while the Epic Shrubb can be obtained by breeding two Epic monsters.


I hope you find this guide helpful in your journey to breed the Shrubb monster in My Singing Monsters. Remember to experiment with different combinations, place decorations and other monsters near the Shrubb to boost its earnings, and have fun collecting and breeding all the different monsters in the game.

Junaid Kayani
Junaid Kayani

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