Qi Bean

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Qi Bean
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Plant these in any season. Water every day to produce a Qi Fruit. Takes 4 days to mature.
Information
Crop: Qi Fruit.png Qi Fruit
Growth Time: 4 days
Season:

All Seasons Icon.png All

Sell Price: Gold.png1g
Purchase Prices
Pierre Icon.png General Store: Not sold
Morris Icon.png JojaMart: Not sold
Traveling Cart Icon.png Traveling Cart: Not sold


The Qi Bean is a seed found throughout Stardew Valley and on Ginger Island during the quest Qi's Crop.

While the quest is active, Qi Beans can be found by breaking rocks, chopping down trees and stumps, cutting grass, from Garbage Cans, killing monsters, breaking geodes, Artifact Troves, or Golden Coconuts, digging Artifact Spots, shaking Palm Trees on Ginger Island, opening chests and breaking crates in the Volcano Dungeon, and fishing. They can also be made by placing a Qi Fruit in a Seed Maker.

All Qi Fruit and Qi Beans despawn when the quest is over (i.e., the day after the player ships them or the quest timer ends), including growing crops, all players' inventories, chests, Preserves Jars, Kegs, and Marlon's item recovery service list.

Stages

Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Harvest
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Qi Fruit Stage 2.png
Qi Fruit Stage 3.png
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1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day Total: 4 Days

Gifting

Villager Reactions
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Dyeing

Qi Bean can be used in dyeing, serving as a blue dye at the dye pots, located in Emily's and Haley's house, 2 Willow Lane.

Tips

History

  • 1.5: Introduced.
  • 1.5.2: Can now be grown on the farm during winter.
  • 1.5.3: Qi Beans are now properly removed from any machines/craftables and from Marlon's item recovery service after the Qi Challenge expires.