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|Growth Time:||28 days|
|Harvest Season:|| All on Ginger Island|
Summer in Stardew Valley
The Mango Tree is a type of fruit tree. The sapling can be purchased at the Island Trader for 75 Mussels or found in a Golden Coconut when broken. It takes 28 days to grow to maturity, after which it will produce one Mango each day during the Summer in Stardew Valley or year-round on Ginger Island. It can only grow in the center of a 3x3 square, each square of which must be kept completely clear of objects, flooring, and terrain features (including grass). The 3x3 grid must not overlap the 3x3 grid of another Fruit Tree.
For each full year after maturing, fruit trees will produce higher quality fruit, up to iridium star quality after three years. Note that the 3x3 square around the tree doesn't have to be kept clear once the tree has fully grown.
Fruit trees can be planted in the Greenhouse.
Stages of Growth
|Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3||Stage 4||Stage 5 - Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter|
|7 Days||7 Days||7 Days||7 Days||Total: 28 Days|
- 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|