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|A big, sweet tropical fruit with a unique flavor.|
|Growth Time:||28 days|
|Season:|| Summer in Stardew Valley|
All on Ginger Island
|Base Price:||Tiller Profession: |
(+10% Sell Price)
|Artisan Sell Prices|
|Base Price:||Artisan Profession: |
(+40% Sell Price)
The Mango is a fruit grown by planting a Mango Sapling, waiting 28 days for it to grow into a Mango Tree, and harvesting the tree. When planted on Ginger Island, a Mango Tree will produce fruit year-round. In Stardew Valley, a Mango Tree will produce fruit in Summer.
Mango is not used in any bundles.
|Image||Name||Description||Ingredients||Restores||Buff(s)||Buff Duration||Recipe Source(s)||Sell Price|
|Mango Sticky Rice||Sweet mango and coconut transforms this rice into something very special.||Mango (1) Coconut (1) Rice (1)|| 113
|Defense (+3)||5m 1s||
Leo (Mail - 7+ )
Mango is used in the spool of the Sewing Machine with Cloth in the feed to create a dyeable Relaxed Fit Pants. It is a yellow dye when used in the spool of the Sewing Machine with a dyeable clothing item in the feed. It can be placed in the yellow dye pot at Emily's and Haley's house for use in dyeing.
Mango is not used in any quests.
- 1.5: Introduced.
|Trees||Mahogany Tree • Maple Tree • Oak Tree • Palm Tree • Pine Tree|
|Fruit Trees||Apple Tree • Apricot Tree • Banana Tree • Cherry Tree • Mango Tree • Orange Tree • Peach Tree • Pomegranate Tree|
|Seeds||Acorn • Mahogany Seed • Maple Seed • Mushroom Tree Seed • Pine Cone|
|Fruit||Apple • Apricot • Banana • Cherry • Mango • Orange • Peach • Pomegranate|
|Misc||Large Log • Large Stump • Mushroom Tree • Tea Bush|