Thanks to the latest update in Stardew Valley, you will now be able to grow a variety of tropical fruit trees and harvest their delicious fruits in the game. Of these, mango trees are of particular interest. They are found in various locations across Fern Islands. Growing and harvesting mangoes will help you boost your annual yield and overall in-game revenue significantly.
However, you will need to get your hands on a mango tree sapling first for that purpose. That can be a moderately hard task in itself. If you have been facing this difficulty as well, do not worry. Here in our latest guide here, we will show you how to get mango trees in Stardew Valley.
How to Get Mango Trees in Stardew Valley
In Stardew Valley, you can get mango tree saplings as loot on Ginger Island, either in the volcano dungeon or by cracking open Golden Coconuts. Needless to say, you first need to arrive on Ginger Island in order to do that. You can do that by patching up Willy’s broken old boat and using it to go to Ginger Island. To fix the boat, you require certain materials, which have been listed below:
- Iridium Anchor
- Ship Hull
- Ticket Machine
After acquiring these items and repairing the boat, you can make your way to Ginger Island. After you get to Fern Island, search for Golden Coconuts and break them open at the blacksmith. There is a possibility that you will obtain mango tree saplings as loot from these Golden Coconuts. In case you do not receive any saplings this way, do not worry. You can definitely get them by exploring the volcano dungeon.
After you have the required saplings in your possession, you can plant them either on Fern Island or anywhere at Stardew Valley. Keep in mind, though, that planting them on Fern Island will yield you fruits throughout the year.
However, planting them back in Stardew Valley will only yield you fruits in the summer. Thus, you should consider this fact and decide where to plant your saplings. You can also plant them in the greenhouse to maximize your yearly yield.
The sapling you plant will mature and bear fruits after 28 in-game days. After that, you can proceed to harvest the mangoes for your revenue.
As of now, the lone new recipe for mangoes noted in the Stardew Valley update 1.5 patch notes is mango sticky rice. It is likely that there are many more uses of this fruit in the game that are presently unknown. We will keep updating you as more of these uses are uncovered.
That is it for now. We hope this guide helps you understand how to get mango trees in Stardew Valley. Check out our YouTube Channel for more gaming guides and updates.