Basic JavaScript - Accessing Nested Arrays

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Describe your issue in detail here.
my code so far seem to be correct please where am i getting it wrong?
myPlants[1].list[1];
Your code so far

const myPlants = [
{
  type: "flowers",
  list: [
    "rose",
    "tulip",
    "dandelion"
  ]
},
{
  type: "trees",
  list: [
    "fir",
    "pine",
    "birch"
  ]
}
];

myPlants[1].list[1];

const secondTree = "";
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Challenge: Basic JavaScript - Accessing Nested Arrays

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Hi.
You need to assign your solution to variable secondTree.

thanks, i have done that but its saying i should use dot and bracket notation to access myPlants

Need to see your updated code to figure out the issue.

myPlants[1].list[1];

const secondTree = “pine”;

You are very close. You want to use the string stored in myPlants to be assigned to secondTree, not a new string you made.

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