Plants

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While not as filling as the other types of food, plants are plentiful in the right seasons and much less risky to get. Two common types of plants found in the game are Mushrooms and Crops. The differences between Mushrooms and Crops is crops provide better nutrition and can be grown with Agriculture, however there are more types of mushrooms and they can typically be found in greater numbers. However, one of the major disadvantages of eating mushrooms is that some are poisonous and may cause death. Not to mention they give almost no nutrition to speak of, as opposed to most crops which will provide a good staple for your diet.

Other plants available are Berries which can be foraged, and herbs that can be used as seasoning in different meals and for healing.

Many villages grow crops, although the inhabitants will not like you taking their plants.

All plants have a sprouting month, growing time and a withering month. Sprouting month is the first month the plant starts to grow, growing time is how many days it takes the plant to become fully grown (i.e. harvestable), Withering month is the month the plant withers and dies. Withering isn't an overnight process. It takes a few weeks from the beginning of the withering month for the plants to completely wither, and plants can still be harvested during this time.

List of Crops

Image Name Carbs Fat Protein Calories (per lb) Thresh Multiplier* Time to Harvest Sprout Harvest (first) Wither Produces
Barley.png Barley
64
2
7
1,370
0.1
110 days
Seedtime (May)
Aug 19
Fall (September)
2 small fistfuls (0.110 lbs) barley grains
Rye.png Rye
55
2
9
1,243
0.1
120 days
Seedtime (May)
Aug 29
Fall (September)
2 small fistfuls (0.110 lbs) rye grains
Broad Beans.png Broad Beans
19
0
8
490
0.5
110 days
Swidden (April)
Jul 20
Dead (November)
5 large (0.773 lbs) broad bean pods
Pea.png Pea
12
1
6
367
0.5
90 days
Seedtime (May)
Jul 30
Fall (September)
2 medium (0.115 lbs) pea pods
Hemp.png Hemp
8
10
24
989
0.1
130 days
Swidden (April)
Aug 9
Dirt (October)
2 medium fistfuls (0.221 lbs) hemp seeds, 2 medium fistfuls (0.150 lbs) hemp leaves
Turnip.png Turnip
7
0
1
145
N/A
55 days
Seedtime (May)
Jun 25
Fall (September)
1 small pinch (0.022 lbs) turnip seeds, 1 large (0.662 lbs) turnip root

*Multiplier to non-seed nutrition after threshing. Note that in the vanilla game, hemp is the only crop with a threshing modifier that produces something other than seeds, grains, or pods, making hemp leaves one-tenth as nutritious by weight as the seeds.

List of Mushrooms

Image Name Poison Safe after cooking? Growing seasons* Region Found in (Biome, Tree Types)
Browncoat mushroom.png Browncoat mushroom None Yes Fall (September) - Dead (November) Eastern, Western, Northern
  • Coniferous Forest, Heathland, Pine Forest
  • Pine, Spruce
Ukko's mushroom.png Ukko's mushroom None Yes Harvest (August) - Dirt (October) Eastern, Western, Northern
Yellowcoat mushroom.png Yellowcoat mushroom None Yes Fallow (June) - Dead (November) Eastern, Western, Northern
  • Coniferous Forest, Grove, Heathland
  • Birch, Young Birch, Young Pine
Yellow fingers mushroom.png Yellow fingers mushroom None Yes Swidden (April) - Hay (July) Eastern, Western, Northern
  • Coniferous Forest, Grove, Meadow
Hairy mushroom.png Hairy mushroom Irritating Yes Harvest (August) - Dirt (October) Eastern, Western, Northern
  • Coniferous Forest, Grove, Meadow, Spruce Mire
  • Birch, Young Birch
Ringed mushroom.png Ringed mushroom Irritating Yes Harvest (August) - Fall (September) Eastern, Western, Northern
  • Grove, Meadow
Soft mushroom.png Soft mushroom Irritating Yes Seedtime (May) - Hay (July) Eastern, Western, Northern
  • Grove, Meadow
Bearpaw mushroom.png Bearpaw mushroom Poisonous Yes Harvest (August) - Dead (November) Eastern, Western, Northern
  • Coniferous Forest, Grove, Settlement, Spruce Mire
Tellervo's gift mushroom.png Tellervo's gift mushroom Poisonous Yes Fall (September) - Winter (December) Eastern, Western, Northern
  • Heathland, Pine Forest, Pine Mire
Redlegger mushroom.png Redlegger mushroom Poisonous No Harvest (August) - Dead (November) Eastern, Western, Northern
  • Heathland, Lichenous Pine Forest, Pine Forest
Noaidi's mushroom.png Noaidi's mushroom Hallucinatory Hallucinatory Fallow (June) - Dirt (October) Eastern Western Northern
  • Coniferous Forest, Grove, Heathland, Meadow, Pine Mire, Spruce Mire, Settlement
  • Birch, Pine, Young Birch, Young Pine
Black ear mushroom.png Black ear mushroom Deadly Yes** Swidden (April) - Hay (July) Eastern, Western
  • Heathland, Lichenous Pine Forest, Pine Forest
Sand mushroom.png Sand mushroom Deadly No Fallow (June) - Dirt (October) Eastern, Western
  • Coniferous Forest, Heathland, Pine Forest

*Mushrooms begin sprouting in the first month, and will start withering in the last month. Time to harvest depends on individual mushroom species.

**Does not appear poisonous after cooked but was previously marked as such; testing required.

List of Berries

Image Name Carbs Fat Protein Water Calories (per lb) Size Quantity Growing time Growing seasons Pickable Region Found in
Black Currant.png Black Currant
8
0
1
60
163
Medium (0.1 lbs per fistful)
15
100 days
Seedtime (May) - Fall (September) Mid Harvest - Fall Eastern, Western, Southern Clearing, Grove, Lichenous Pine Forest, Settlement
Blueberry.png Blueberry
6
1
1
70
168
Medium (0.1 lbs per fistful)
1
95 days
Seedtime (May) - Fall (September) Harvest - Fall Eastern, Western, Northern, Southern Coniferous Forest, Heathland, Pine Forest, Spruce Forest, Spruce Mire
Cloudberry.png Cloudberry
8
1
2
60
222
Large (0.2 lbs per fistful)
1
95 days
Fallow (June) - Dead (November) Fall - Dead Eastern, Northern Open Mire, Pine Mire, Spruce Mire
Cranberry.png Cranberry
4
1
0
80
113
Small (0.05 lbs per fistful)
1
70 days
Harvest (August) - Winter (December) Mid Dirt - Winter Eastern, Western, Southern Open Mire, Pine Mire, Spruce Mire
Crowberry.png Crowberry
6
0
1
90
168
Medium (0.1 lbs per fistful)
1
95 days
Swidden (April) - Harvest (August) Hay - Harvest Eastern, Western, Northern, Southern Cliff, Heathland, Pine Mire
Lingonberry.png Lingonberry
7
1
0
20
168
Medium (0.1 lbs per fistful)
1
95 days
Fallow (June) - Dead (November) Fall - Dead Eastern, Western, Northern Heathland, Pine Forest
Northern bilberry.png Northern bilberry
3
0
1
80
73
Medium (0.1 lbs per fistful)
1
95 days
Seedtime (May) - Fall (September) Harvest - Fall Eastern, Western, Northern, Southern Heathland, Pine Forest, Pine Mire
Raspberry.png Raspberry
4
1
1
80
132
Large (0.2 lbs per fistful)
10
60 days
Seedtime (May) - Fall (September) Hay - Fall Eastern Western Southern Grove, Mountain, Open Mire
Strawberry.png Strawberry
9
0
0
10
163
Medium (0.1 lbs per fistful)
1
95 days
Seedtime (May) - Harvest (August) Harvest Eastern, Western, Southern Coniferous Forest, Grove, Meadow, Spruce Forest

List of Herbs

Image Name Carbs Fat Protein Edible Uses Time to Harvest Sprout Harvest (first) Wither Produces Region Found in
Bear pipe.png Bear pipe 25 0 0 Yes
  • Raw: increases physical activity, increases appetite, promotes sweating, helps poor diet
  • Boiled: strengthens lungs
90 days Swidden (April)  ? Dirt (October) Flowers, Leaves, Roots Eastern, Western, Southern Wetland, Grove, Meadow, Clearing, Spruce mire
Bog flower.png Bog flower 8 0 1 No 45 days Seedtime (May)  ? Harvest (August) Leaves Eastern, Western, Northern, Southern Open mire, Pine mire, Pond
Bogbean.png Bogbean 40 3 5 Yes
  • In any form: increases appetite, helps poor diet
45 days Seedtime (May)  ? Fall (September) Leaves, Roots Eastern, Western, Northern, Southern Spruce mire, Open mire
Burdock.png Burdock 20 2 4 Yes
  • In any form: promotes sweating
  • Boiled: cooling remedy, removes toxins
  • Applied: cleans wounds
70 days Seedtime (May)  ? Dirt (October) Leaves, Roots Eastern, Western, Southern Clearing, Settlement, Field
Clayweed.png Clayweed 40 4 13 Yes
  • None
90 days Seedtime (May)  ? Dirt (October) Leaves, Seeds Eastern, Western, Southern Settlement, Field
Dog pipe.png Dog pipe 15 0 0 Yes
  • Boiled: helps poor diet
45 days Seedtime (May)  ? Fall (September) Leaves, Roots Eastern, Western, Northern, Southern Field, Grove, Meadow, Clearing, Settlement
Golden rod.png Golden rod 1 0 0 Yes
  • Boiled: promotes sweating, anti-inflammatory
  • Applied: stops bleeding
60 days Fallow (June) Jul 31 Fall (September) Flowers, Leaves Eastern, Western Cliff, Clearing, Grove
Heather.png Heather 1 0 0 Yes
  • Boiled: promotes sweating, strengthens lungs, sedative, removes toxins
  • Applied: cleans wounds
65 days Seedtime (May) Jul 4 Dead (November) Flowers Eastern, Western Cliff, Pine Mire, Riverbanks
Lake reed.png Lake reed 55 0 5 Yes
  • Roots can be ground to flour
70 days Seedtime (May)  ? Fall (September) Roots Eastern, Western, Southern Lake
Marsh calla.png Marsh calla 40 3 5 Boiled 45 days Seedtime (May)  ? Fall (September) Leaves, Roots Eastern, Western, Southern Spruce mire, Open Mire
Meadsweet.png Meadsweet 1 0 0 Yes
  • Boiled: reduces nausea, reduces pain, anti-inflammatory
45 days Fallow (June) Jul 15 Fall (September) Flowers, Leaves Eastern, Western Grove, Lake, Meadow, Open Mire, Riverbanks, Spruce Mire, Wetland
Milkweed.png Milkweed 19 2 5 Yes
  • In any form: helps poor diet
  • Boiled: sedative
  • Applied: stops bleeding, anti-inflammatory
70 days Seedtime (May)  ? Fall (September) Leaves, Flowers, Roots Eastern, Western, Southern Clearing, Cliff, Grove, Dry
Mother pipe.png Mother pipe 35 0 0 Yes
  • In any form: increases physical activity, increases appetite, promotes sweating, helps poor diet
  • Boiled: strengthens lungs
90 days Swidden (April)  ? Dirt (October) Flowers, Leaves, Roots Northern Wetland, Grove, Meadow
Nettle.png Nettle 2 1 6 Yes
  • In any form: helps poor diet
  • Boiled: strengthens lungs
  • Applied: stops bleeding
45 days Fallow (June) Jul 20 Fall (September) Leaves, Seeds Eastern, Western Clearing, Grove, Meadow, Road, Settlement
Riverpig.png Riverpig 15 0 0 No 35 days Seedtime (May)  ? Harvest (August)  ? Eastern, Western, Southern Pond, River
Roseroot.png Roseroot 14 0 1 Yes
  • Boiled: reduces pain, restores normal health
65 days Seedtime (May)  ? Fall (September) Leaves, Roots Northern Cliff, Mountain
Sorrel.png Sorrel 2 0 2 Yes
  • In any form: increases appetite, cooling remedy
45 days Fallow (June) Jul 15 Dirt (October) Leaves, Seeds Eastern, Western Clearing, Cliff, Meadow, Settlement
Stonecrop.png Stonecrop 8 0 1 Yes
  • Applied: stops bleeding
45 days Seedtime (May)  ? Fall (September) Leaves Western, Northern, Southern Clearing, Cliff, Meadow, Mountain
Water lily.png Water lily 15 0 0 No 35 days Seedtime (May)  ? Harvest (August)  ? Eastern, Western, Southern Pond
Wolf pipe.png Wolf pipe 15 0 0 No 45 days Seedtime (May)  ? Fall (September) Leaves, Roots Southern Field, Clearing
Yarrow.png Yarrow - - - Yes
  • Boiled: promotes sweating, helps poor diet, restores normal health
  • Applied: stops bleeding, anti-inflammatory
50 days Fallow (June) Jul 20 Dirt (October) Flowers (later), Leaves (first), Seeds Eastern, Western Clearing, Meadow, Road, Settlement
  • So far there hasn't been dog pipe and bear pipe discovered in the same map tile, so it's pretty safe to assume that they don't ever grow together. If you find dog pipe, don't bother looking for bear pipe.
  • Most herbs have a flowering time, if harvested and threshed during this time you will get flowers in addition to the leaves/seeds/roots.
  • Yarrow will not produce seeds until after they have finished flowering.

List of other plants

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