Spring

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Spring is the season when players first begin the game. It's followed by summer and preceded by winter.

In spring, the grass is green. Trees regain their leaves and bloom, and pink petals blow through the air on some days. There is also a variety of crops, forageable items, and fish which only appear during this season. Salmonberry season lasts between the 15th-18th of spring. When spring starts, new logs, rocks and grass patches will spawn on the farm.

Events

Festivals

Day Name
13

Calendar Flag Anim.gif Egg Festival

24

Calendar Flag Anim.gif Flower Dance

Other

Day Event
15-18 Salmonberry Season

Birthdays

Day Villager
04 Kent Icon.png Kent
07 Lewis Icon.png Lewis
10 Vincent Icon.png Vincent
14 Haley Icon.png Haley
18 Pam Icon.png Pam
20 Shane Icon.png Shane
26 Pierre Icon.png Pierre
27 Emily Icon.png Emily

Crops

Main article: Crops

The following Crops can be grown in Spring. Note that the "Seed Price" shown is the General Store price unless otherwise indicated. "Maximum Harvests per Season" assumes no fertilizer is used and the Agriculturist profession is not chosen. "Gold/Day" assumes no fertilizer is used and the Tiller profession is not chosen. See the Crops page for the full calculation.

Single Harvest

Crop Seed Price Days
to Grow
Maximum Harvests
per Season
Sells For Gold/Day
Blue Jazz.png Blue Jazz Gold.png30g 7 days 3 Gold.png50g Gold.png2.86g
Cauliflower.png Cauliflower Gold.png80g 12 days 2 Gold.png175g Gold.png7.92g
Garlic.png Garlic Gold.png40g 4 days 6 Gold.png60g Gold.png5g
Kale.png Kale Gold.png70g 6 days 4 Gold.png110g Gold.png6.67g
Parsnip.png Parsnip Gold.png20g 4 days 6 Gold.png35g Gold.png3.75g
Potato.png Potato Gold.png50g 6 days 4 Gold.png80g Gold.png5g
Rhubarb.png Rhubarb Oasis: Gold.png100g 13 days 2 Gold.png220g Gold.png9.23g
Tulip.png Tulip Gold.png20g 6 days 4 Gold.png30g Gold.png1.67g
Unmilled Rice.png Unmilled Rice Gold.png40g Planted within 3 tiles of a lake: 6
Planted >3 tiles from a lake: 8
4
3
Gold.png30g Planted within 3 tiles of a lake: ≈Gold.png-1.67g
Planted >3 tiles from a lake: Gold.png-1.25g

Multiple Harvests

Note that each coffee plant produces 4 Coffee Beans at harvest.

Crop Seed Price Days
to Grow
Regrowth Maximum Harvests
per Season
Sells For Gold/Day
Coffee Bean.png Coffee Bean Traveling Cart: Gold.png2,500g 10 days 2 days Spring: 9
Spring and Summer: 23
Gold.png15g (x4) Traveling Cart (2 seasons): Gold.png-20.74g
Harvested Coffee Bean/Dust Sprite (1 season): Gold.png20.77g
Harvested Coffee Bean/Dust Sprite (2 seasons): Gold.png25.56g
Green Bean.png Green Bean Gold.png60g 10 days 3 days 6 Gold.png40g Gold.png7.2g
Strawberry.png Strawberry Egg Festival: Gold.png100g 8 days 4 days Planted on 1st day of Spring: 5
Planted on day of Egg Festival: 2
Gold.png120g Planted on 1st day of Spring: ≈Gold.png20.83g
Planted on day of Egg Festival: ≈Gold.png11.67g

Forage

Main article: Foraging

The items shown below can be found while foraging during Spring. The percentages provided for each location are the percentage of all foraged items in the location that will (on average) be the specified item. [1]

Image Name Description Found Sell Price Restores Used In
Wild Horseradish.png
Wild Horseradish A spicy root found in the spring.
50g
62g
75g
100g
data-sort-value="0005"
Wild Horseradish.png  Energy.png 13 Health.png 5
Wild Horseradish.png
Silver Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 18 Health.png 8
Wild Horseradish.png
Gold Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 23 Health.png 10
Wild Horseradish.png
Iridium Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 33 Health.png 14
Spring Seeds.png Spring Seeds

Bundle Green.png Spring Foraging Bundle

Krobus Icon.png Krobus  (loved gift)

Daffodil.png
Daffodil A traditional spring flower that makes a nice gift.
30g
37g
45g
60g
data-sort-value="0000"
Daffodil.png  Energy.png 0 Health.png 0
Daffodil.png
Silver Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 0 Health.png 0
Daffodil.png
Gold Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 0 Health.png 0
Daffodil.png
Iridium Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 0 Health.png 0
Spring Seeds.png Spring Seeds

Bundle Green.png Spring Foraging Bundle

Sandy Icon.png Sandy  (loved gift)

Leek.png
Leek A tasty relative of the onion.
60g
75g
90g
120g
data-sort-value="0016"
Leek.png  Energy.png 40 Health.png 18
Leek.png
Silver Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 56 Health.png 25
Leek.png
Gold Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 72 Health.png 32
Leek.png
Iridium Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 104 Health.png 46
Salad.png SaladSpring Seeds.png Spring Seeds

Bundle Green.png Spring Foraging Bundle

George Icon.png George  (loved gift)

Dandelion.png
Dandelion Not the prettiest flower, but the leaves make a good salad.
40g
50g
60g
80g
data-sort-value="0010"
Dandelion.png  Energy.png 25 Health.png 11
Dandelion.png
Silver Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 35 Health.png 15
Dandelion.png
Gold Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 45 Health.png 20
Dandelion.png
Iridium Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 65 Health.png 29
Salad.png SaladSpring Seeds.png Spring Seeds

Bundle Green.png Spring Foraging Bundle

Spring Onion.png
Spring Onion These grow wild during the spring. Cindersap Forest
8g
10g
12g
16g
data-sort-value="0005"
Spring Onion.png  Energy.png 13 Health.png 5
Spring Onion.png
Silver Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 18 Health.png 8
Spring Onion.png
Gold Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 23 Health.png 10
Spring Onion.png
Iridium Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 33 Health.png 14
Morel.png
Morel Sought after for its unique nutty flavor.
150g
187g
225g
300g
data-sort-value="0008"
Morel.png  Energy.png 20 Health.png 9
Morel.png
Silver Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 28 Health.png 12
Morel.png
Gold Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 36 Health.png 16
Morel.png
Iridium Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 52 Health.png 23
Fried Mushroom.png Fried MushroomLife Elixir.png Life Elixir

Bundle Purple.png Exotic Foraging Bundle

Common Mushroom.png
Common Mushroom Slightly nutty, with good texture. Secret Woods (16%)
40g
50g
60g
80g
data-sort-value="0015"
Common Mushroom.png  Energy.png 38 Health.png 17
Common Mushroom.png
Silver Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 53 Health.png 23
Common Mushroom.png
Gold Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 68 Health.png 30
Common Mushroom.png
Iridium Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 98 Health.png 44
Fried Mushroom.png Fried MushroomStir Fry.png Stir FryTom Kha Soup.png Tom Kha Soup

Bundle Orange.png Fall Foraging Bundle

Salmonberry.png
Salmonberry A spring-time berry with the flavor of the forest. On bushes during Salmonberry Season (Spring 15 - 18).
5g
6g
7g
10g
data-sort-value="0010"
Salmonberry.png  Energy.png 25 Health.png 11
Salmonberry.png
Silver Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 35 Health.png 15
Salmonberry.png
Gold Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 45 Health.png 20
Salmonberry.png
Iridium Quality Icon.png
Energy.png 65 Health.png 29
Jelly.png JellyWine.png Wine


Fish

Main article: Fish

There are a variety of fish which can only be caught during specific seasons. Listed below are all fish catchable during Spring.

Fish that can be caught during all seasons are not listed.

Note: Any Fish can be used for recipes with the tag "any fish" (i.e., Sashimi.png Sashimi, Maki Roll.png Maki Roll, Quality Fertilizer.png Quality Fertilizer).

Image Name Description Price Fisher.png Fisher Profession (+25%) Angler Icon.png Angler Profession (+50%) Location Time Season Weather Size (inches) Difficulty & Behavior Base XP Used In
Anchovy.png
Anchovy A small silver fish found in the ocean.
30g
37g
45g
60g
37g
46g
56g
75g
45g
55g
67g
90g
Ocean Anytime  Spring
 Fall
Any 1-17 30 dart 13
Smallmouth Bass.png
Smallmouth Bass A freshwater fish that is very sensitive to pollution.
50g
62g
75g
100g
62g
77g
93g
125g
75g
93g
112g
150g
River (Town)
Forest Pond
Anytime  Spring
 Fall
Any 12-25 28 mixed 12
Catfish.png
Catfish An uncommon fish found in streams.
200g
250g
300g
400g
250g
312g
375g
500g
300g
375g
450g
600g
River (Town+Forest)
Secret Woods Pond
Witch's Swamp
6am – 12am  Spring
 Fall
( Spring &
 Summer in Secret Woods Pond)
alt= Rain 12-73 75 mixed 28 Bundle Teal.png River Fish Bundle

Willy Icon.png Willy  (loved gift)

Sunfish.png
Sunfish A common river fish.
30g
37g
45g
60g
37g
46g
56g
75g
45g
55g
67g
90g
River (Town+Forest) 6am – 7pm  Spring
 Summer
alt= Sun
alt= Wind
5-16 30 mixed 13 Bundle Teal.png River Fish BundleBaked Fish.png Baked Fish
Herring.png
Herring A common ocean fish.
30g
37g
45g
60g
37g
46g
56g
75g
45g
55g
67g
90g
Ocean Anytime  Spring
 Winter
Any 8-21 25 dart 11
Eel.png
Eel A long, slippery little fish.
85g
106g
127g
170g
106g
132g
158g
212g
127g
159g
190g
255g
Ocean 4pm – 2am  Spring
 Fall
alt= Rain 12-81 70 smooth 26 Bundle Purple.png Night Fishing BundleFried Eel.png Fried EelSpicy Eel.png Spicy Eel
Sardine.png
Sardine A common ocean fish.
40g
50g
60g
80g
50g
62g
75g
100g
60g
75g
90g
120g
Ocean 6am – 7pm  Spring
 Fall
 Winter
Any 1-13 30 dart 13 Bundle Blue.png Ocean Fish BundleDish O' The Sea.png Dish O' The Sea
Shad.png
Shad Lives in a school at sea, but returns to the rivers to spawn.
60g
75g
90g
120g
75g
93g
112g
150g
90g
112g
135g
180g
River (Town+Forest) 9am – 2am  Spring
 Summer
 Fall
alt= Rain 20-49 45 smooth 18 Bundle Teal.png River Fish Bundle
Flounder.png
Flounder It lives on the bottom, so both eyes are on top of its head.
100g
125g
150g
200g
125g
156g
187g
250g
150g
187g
225g
300g
Ocean, Ginger Island oceans 6am – 8pm  Spring
 Summer
Any 4-17 50 sinker 19 Seafoam Pudding.png Seafoam Pudding
Halibut.png
Halibut A flat fish that lives on the ocean floor.
80g
100g
120g
160g
100g
125g
150g
200g
120g
150g
180g
240g
Ocean 6am – 11am
7pm – 2am
 Spring
 Summer
 Winter
Any 10-34 50 sinker 19
Legend.png
Legend The king of all fish! They said he'd never be caught.
5,000g
6,250g
7,500g
10,000g
6,250g
7,812g
9,375g
12,500g
7,500g
9,375g
11,250g
15,000g
The Mountain Lake near the log. Requires level 10 fishing. Any  Spring alt= Rain 49-51 110 mixed 195

References

  1. The foraged items that can spawn in a given location each season are determined by GameLocation::spawnObjects in the game code, using input from the data file Content\Locations.xnb. The percentages provided here have been normalized to ensure that the percentages sum to 100% for each location. The data was normalized by:
    1. Calculating the sum of all percentages listed in Locations.xnb for Spring
    2. Dividing each percentage by the sum