How to Get Banana Trees in Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley is a simulator game where you have just shifted to a farm in the country after getting sick of your cubical corporate life. In the recent updates, various new fruits and vegetables are added to Stardew Valley. The banana and mango are new trees, and the pineapples are a new crop. These crops might help you to earn capital in the game. 

If you’re one of those who have less cash, then luckily today, we have a guide with us on How To Get Banana Trees In Stardew Valley. After reading this article, you’ll be able to place banana fruit trees so that they will grow in time for next spring, and then by selling those bananas, you earn cash.

How to Get Banana Trees in Stardew Valley

How To Get Banana Trees In Stardew Valley

If you play Stardew Valley regularly, then you might be know how to get banana trees. But for those who don’t know, initially, you require a banana tree sapling. Now, you might think that where you’ll get these saplings. Don’t worry. There are big chances that sapling drops from Golden Coconuts located over Fern Island. Banana trees will produce fruit year-round and are planted on the island even if they will only produce bananas only in the summer season in Stardew Valley.

Go to Ginger Island to get a sapling. But, to reach there takes a decent amount of work and usually requires players to touch the end-game. Sapling is one of the rarest drops from Golden Coconuts, but there is a possibility to get them as a bonus inside the volcano mines.

These trees work the same way as others for growing and cultivating. Wait for a while because they take 28 days to grow, before flowering fruits, and on an ordinary farm, the bananas will grow only in summer. In Fern Island, mango trees also grow year-round same as banana trees. 

Additional Info

Bananas are used at the aptly titled Banana Shrine. They will appear when you visit a place where a gorilla will offer you three Golden Walnuts in exchange for that he wants his favorite treat. That’s all we have for you on How To Get Banana Trees In Stardew Valley. We hope this guide helped you. Check out our YouTube Channel for more gaming guides and updates. 

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