Solitaire TriPeaks Garden is a garden-themed card game in which a player removes layered cards from playfields based on rules from TriPeaks Solitaire.
In classic TriPeaks, the game begins with 18 overlapping, facedown cards presented as three pyramidal shapes like mountain peaks. In front of them stands a single faceup layer of 10 cards. The rest of the cards are placed facedown in a draw pile below the peaks. The player must remove cards using a next-card, high-low sequence rule that starts with the first draw card. For example, if the player draws an Ace, they need to find and remove a faceup 2 or King from the field. If they draw a 10, they need a Jack or 9. If they can't find a card, they must draw another from the pile. The player can continue to select cards in any combination without care about colors or suits as long they select the next highest or lowest ones (i.e. Ace, King, Ace, 2, 3, 2, Ace, King, Queen, Jack... and so on).
In many modern alternative versions, such as Solitaire TriPeaks Garden, the game presents any number of facedown and faceup cards in two or more levels arranged in a variety of shapes at the center of a playfield that features a theme-based background. These games combine TriPeaks with elements from puzzle and story games, such achievements that the player must earn to unlock additional playfields and levels. In this game, the player clears playfields to grow a garden of roses in empty pots that represent each level. They also earn and receive coins that they can use to purchase additional draw cards when they run out, chances to undo moves and wild cards to fill sequence gaps.