I remember playing a certain game as a child. This was probably at least 15 years ago, but I suspect the game must be older. I think it might have been on Windows 95 or maybe Windows Me. It was some kind of 2D game with top-down view where you had to solve puzzles to progress. There were some sort of spiky fruits to collect and use as weapons against some fireball-spitting plants.
Also, I vividly remember there being flowerbeds (with a grid of flowers) that needed to be crossed on a special pattern – like only walk on the same color, or only the same shape. I think there were also some levels with swamp or poison stuff and needing to close valves or something.
It might have been DOS, but I think it was Windows 95. Also, it was mouse-controlled.
I sadly don't have any data, and the computer is long gone.
It was a bit like modern point-and-click adventure games; IIRC you could control your character kind of freely (I think there was an underlying grid).
The only real distinct part that I remember well are these riddles needing you to navigate flowerbeds (it was a grid of flowers, and you should only walk on the correct ones, forming a path to the other side), and also that there were some kind of spiky fruits to collect as weapons, and also some firespitting(?) red flesh-eating plants that dropped some kind of bomb when defeated.
I think there were also keys to collect, and maybe stuff like levers to unlock new areas. I think later levels also had valves to control a poison swamp or something.
Can anyone tell me the name of it from this poor description? I already tried Google, searching lists of games from Wikipedia, etc...