It’s the time of the year in Stardew Valley when you can grow tropical fruits in Stardew Valley. The new update to the game allows you to grow a bunch of trees such as the banana tree and others like the mango tree. If you are still in the dark and don’t know how to get this plentiful fruit for yourself, we will guide you through the entire process to get banana tree in Stardew Valley.
How to get Banana Trees in Stardew Valley
In order to get banana tree in Stardew Valley, you need to first plant the sapling, but obtaining it can be a bit of work. However, nothing players who are at the end of the game should find too difficult. Like the apple tree, you can also get the banana sapling by cracking open a Golden Coconut found in the Fern Island. The coconuts are all around the island, so it’s a matter of time before one drops a sapling. The tree fruits in its season or all year round, so it’s a great tree to plant on the island.
To start off, go to the Ginger Island to secure a sapling. If you are at the end of the game, it should be easy or you will have to reach to the end of the game in order to access the island and get the tree sapling.
Besides getting the banana sapling from Golden Saplings, they are also available as loot in Volcano mines however the chances of getting it from the volcano is low.
When you have the sapling, plant it on the island and within 28 days, they will start to bare fruits. Although bananas grow year round on the Fern Island, they may only fruit during the summer on basic farms.
So, that all we have in this guide, we hope you know now, how to get banana tree in Stardew Valley.