Greeting again Master farmers. Many of you have questions on how to stack in the basement. I want to share with you on how to maximize your indoor/basement deco limit by using a little trick in stacking the stone blocks. Requirement: 1) Blocks of Rough Stone 1x1x1 2) Blocks of Rough Stone 1x4x4 3) Planting Pots Ensure to use the R key to lay down the stone. STEP 1: Lay the 1x1x1 between the two 1x4x4. Do no rotate any blocks or they don't stack up correctly. STEP 2: Stack the third 1x4x4 over the 1x1x1 block. You have to be gentle with the mouse because it is not easy to find the center-balance point. STEP 3: Remove the two side blocks 1x4x4. This is the result. To move the blocks, always grab the bottom 1x1x1 block. STEP 4: Lay out your pots in this formation. STEP 5: Grab the bottom 1x1x1 block and drop it in the middle of the pots formation. Put down another pot to cover the opening area. STEP 6: Put more pots on top of the 1x4x4, and Repeat Step 1 - Step 5. This is your final product with three tiers. If you have a low ceiling, best to go with two tiers. Here is an example of how my basement look in my City Stone Basement. Since I don't have a high ceiling, I can only stack two tiers. This leave room for me to walk on top of the structure to sow/water/harvest. Enjoy and happy farming!