Spring Seeds

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Spring Seeds
Spring Seeds.png
An assortment of wild spring seeds.
Information
Crop Wild Horseradish, Daffodil,
Leek, or Dandelion
Growth Time 7 days
Season

Spring.png Spring

Sell Price: Coin Icon35g
Purchase Prices
General Store Price Not Sold
JojaMart Price Not Sold
Travelling Cart Price Coin Icon105-1,000g

Spring Seeds are a type of Crafted seed in Stardew Valley. The crafting recipe is labeled "Wild Seeds (Sp)", but when crafted, the result is "Spring Seeds." Mature plants yield, at random, a Wild Horseradish, Daffodil, Leek, or Dandelion.

Spring Seeds are one of the season-specific crafted wild seeds, along with Summer Seeds, Fall Seeds, and Winter Seeds that produce crops normally found as forage. While Farming Skill normally increases the chance to grow a quality crop, Foraging Skill increases the chance to grow a quality crop from Spring Seeds.

A mature plant grown from a Spring Seed may leave untilled soil in its place, when harvested. Any fertilizer used will be lost in this case.

Sources

Recipes

Image Name Description Ingredients Recipe Source Sell Price
Spring Seeds.png
Wild Seeds (Sp) An assortment of wild spring seeds.

(Produces 10 Spring Seeds per craft.)

Wild Horseradish.png Wild Horseradish (1)Daffodil.png Daffodil (1)Leek.png Leek (1)Dandelion.png Dandelion (1) Foraging Skill Icon.png Foraging Level 1 Coin Icon35g

Crops Harvested

Spring Seeds have an equal chance of yielding one of any of the below crops.

Image Name Description Source
Daffodil.png
Daffodil A traditional spring flower that makes a nice gift. Spring ForagingSpring Seeds
Dandelion.png
Dandelion Not the prettiest flower, but the leaves make a good salad. Spring ForagingSpring Seeds
Leek.png Leek A tasty relative of the onion. Spring ForagingSpring Seeds
Wild Horseradish.png
Wild Horseradish A spicy root found in the spring. Spring ForagingSpring Seeds

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