Summer Seeds

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Summer Seeds
Summer Seeds.png
An assortment of wild summer seeds.
Crop Grape, Spice Berry,
or Sweet Pea
Growth Time 7 days


Sell Price: 55g
Purchase Prices
Pierre Icon.png General Store: Not Sold
Morris Icon.png JojaMart: Not Sold
Traveling Cart Icon.png Traveling Cart: Coin Icon165-1,000g
Recipe Name: Wild Seeds (Su)
Recipe Source: Foraging Skill Icon.png Foraging Level 4
Ingredients: Spice Berry (1) Grape (1) Sweet Pea (1)
Produces: 10 Summer Seeds per craft

Summer Seeds are a type of Crafted seed in Stardew Valley. The crafting recipe is labeled "Wild Seeds (Su)", but when crafted, the result is "Summer Seeds." Mature plants yield, at random, a Spice Berry, Grape, or Sweet Pea. Summer Seeds are the only wild seeds that can produce a non-forage crop, the Grape.

Summer Seeds are one of the season-specific crafted wild seeds, along with Spring Seeds, Fall Seeds, and Winter Seeds that produce crops normally found as forage. While Farming Skill normally increases the chance to grow a quality crop, Foraging Skill increases the chance to grow a quality crop from Summer Seeds.

A mature plant grown from a Summer Seed may leave untilled soil in its place, when harvested. Any fertilizer used will be lost in this case.

Crows do not attack crops grown from Summer Seeds, so the use of Scarecrows is unnecessary.



Summer seeds are a profitable recipe. A craft of Summer seeds yields 10 seeds worth 550g total, while a set of iridium ingredients for Summer Seeds only sells for 420g (436g with the Tiller Profession).

Crops Harvested

Summer Seeds have an equal chance of yielding one of any of the below crops.

Image Name Description Source
Grape A sweet cluster of fruit. Summer ForagingSummer SeedsFarming
Spice Berry.png Spice Berry It fills the air with a pungent aroma. Summer ForagingSummer Seeds
Sweet Pea.png
Sweet Pea A fragrant summer flower. Summer ForagingSummer Seeds


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