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|Takes 28 days to produce a mature Mango tree. Bears fruit in the summer, or all year round when planted on Ginger Island.|
|Growth Time:||28 days|
|General Store:||Not sold|
|Traveling Cart:||Not sold|
|Island Trader:||Mussel (75)|
A Mango Sapling is an immature Fruit Tree that grows into a mature Mango Tree in 28 days. It can be purchased from the Island Trader in exchange for 75 Mussels. Mango Saplings sometimes can be found by breaking open a Golden Coconut. They are also a rare drop from slimes in the Volcano Dungeon.
As with other fruit tree saplings, it must be planted in the center of a 3x3 square grid of tiles. Its grid must not overlap the 3x3 grid of another Fruit Tree or fruit tree sapling. The sapling will not grow unless each grid square surrounding it is kept completely clear of objects, flooring, and terrain features (including grass or debris).
Mango Saplings can be planted, grow, and mature in Stardew Valley, on Ginger Island, or in the Greenhouse. In the Greenhouse, they may be planted and grow without impediment adjacent to a wall or a decor object adjacent to a wall, even if those things are within what would normally be its 3x3 grid.
|Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5 - Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter||Harvest|
|7 Days||7 Days||7 Days||7 Days||Total: 28 Days||Summer|
- 1.5: Introduced.