Apricot

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Apricot
Apricot.png
A tender little fruit with a rock-hard pit.
Information
Source: Apricot Tree
Seed: Apricot Sapling
Growth Time: 28 days
Season: Harvest in Spring
Healing Effect:
Energy.png +38 Energy
Health.png +17 Health
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+53 Energy
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+23 Health
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+68 Energy
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+30 Health
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+98 Energy
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+44 Health
Sell Prices
Base Price:
Apricot.png 50g
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62g
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75g
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100g
tiller Profession:
(+10% Sell Value)
Apricot.png 55g
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68g
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82g
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110g
Artisan Base Price:
Wine.png 150g
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187g
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225g
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300g

Jelly
150g
Artisan Profession:
(+40% Sell Price)
Wine.png 210g
Wine.png
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262g
Wine.png
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315g
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Iridium Quality Icon.png
420g

Jelly
210g

The Apricot is a type of fruit in Stardew Valley. It is grown by planting an Apricot Sapling, waiting 28 days for it to grow into an Apricot Tree, and harvest the tree during the Spring.

Bundles

It is an option in the Artisan Bundle in the Pantry.

Quests

It is used in the following Quests:

  • Fresh Fruit

Artisan Goods

Image Name Description Ingredient Equipment Time Sell Price
Jelly.png
Jelly Gooey. Apricot.png Apricot

Any Fruit

Preserves Jar.png

Preserves Jar

4000 mins(~2 Days)
Jelly.png 150g

Recipes

Image Name Description Ingredients Recipe From
Fruit Salad.png Fruit Salad A delicious combination of summer fruits. Blueberry.png Blueberry (1)Melon.png Melon (1)Apricot.png Apricot (1) Cooking Channel


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