Taro Tuber

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Taro Tuber
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Plant these in warm weather. Takes 10 days to mature. Grows faster if planted near a body of water.
Crop: Taro Root.png Taro Root
Growth Time: 10 days (7 when irrigated)

All Seasons Icon.png All on Ginger Island
Summer.png Summer in Stardew Valley

Sell Price: Gold.png20g
Purchase Prices
Pierre Icon.png General Store: Not sold
Morris Icon.png JojaMart: Not sold
Traveling Cart Icon.png Traveling Cart: Not sold
Island Trader Icon.png Island Trader: Bone Fragment.png Bone Fragment (2)

Taro Tubers are a type of seed. Mature Plants yield Taro Roots.

Taro Tubers can be obtained from Common Chests or Magma Duggies in the Volcano Dungeon, from Seed Makers using Taro Roots, by breaking open Golden Coconuts, from the Island Trader for 2 Bone Fragments, from Lionfish Fish Ponds when the population reaches 4, or from Ginger Island artifact spots and panning.

Taro Tubers planted in most farm tiles take 10 days to mature with watering each day, as with other crops. However, Taro Tubers planted approximately within 3 tiles of a water source (such as a Farm Pond or a river) in any direction are considered to be irrigated. Paddies need not be continuous with each other or adjacent to water in order to count as irrigated. Irrigated Taro Tubers mature in 7 days and do not require watering.


Type Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Harvest
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Non-Irrigated 1 Day 2 Days 3 Days 4 Days Total: 10 Days
Irrigated 1 Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Days Total: 7 Days


Villager Reactions


Shown below are the areas where Taro Tubers are automatically irrigated for each farm type.


  • 1.5: Introduced.