Winter Seeds

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Winter Seeds
Winter Seeds.png
An assortment of wild winter seeds.
Information
Crop Crocus, Crystal Fruit,
Snow Yam, or Winter Root
Growth Time 7 days
Season

Winter

Sell Price: 30g
Purchase Prices
Pierre Icon.png General Store: Not Sold
Morris Icon.png JojaMart: Not Sold
Traveling Cart Icon.png Travelling Cart: Coin Icon100-1,000g
Crafting
Recipe Name: Wild Seeds (Wi)
Recipe Source: Foraging Skill Icon.png Foraging Level 7
Ingredients: Crocus (1) Crystal Fruit (1) Snow Yam (1) Winter Root (1)
Produces: 10 Winter Seeds per craft

Winter Seeds are a type of Crafted seed in Stardew Valley. The crafting recipe is labeled "Wild Seeds (Wi)", but when crafted, the result is "Winter Seeds." Mature plants yield, at random, a Crocus, Crystal Fruit, Snow Yam, or Winter Root. Winter Seeds are the only seed that can grow outdoors during Winter.

Winter Seeds are one of the season-specific crafted wild seeds, along with Spring Seeds, Summer Seeds, and Fall 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 Winter Seeds.

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

Crows do not attack crops grown from Winter Seeds, so the use of Scarecrows is unnecessary.

Sources

Crops Harvested

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

Image Name Description Source
Crocus.png
Crocus A flower that can bloom in the winter. Winter ForagingWinter Seeds
Crystal Fruit.png
Crystal Fruit A delicate fruit that pops up from the snow. Winter ForagingWinter Seeds
Snow Yam.png
Snow Yam This little yam was hiding beneath the snow. Winter ForagingWinter Seeds
Winter Root.png
Winter Root A starchy tuber. Winter ForagingWinter Seeds

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