Giant Crops in Stardew Valley

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Giant Crops are one of the most amazing things that can happen in your farm in Stardew Valley. Besides from looking real good Giant Crops provide you with twice as many crops that you could otherwise get from the same space.

The main question is how do you get giant crops grow on your farm?

There are several tips that can help you to increase the chance of giant crops growing in your farm. There are three types of crop that can grow into giant ones, one crop for each season except winter. In spring it’s the Cauliflowers, in summertime you can try and grow giant Melons, and in autumn it’s the Pumpkins that can grow into the giant version of themselves.

The first thing you have to know is that giant crops can only grow in 3x3 squares. So make sure that you have such squares prepared. These squares don’t have to be separate from the rest of your farming ground, just make sure there is such space that is uninterrupted by any obstacles.

Once you’ve prepared your farming ground, you can get to another step. Use fertilizers. Speed-Gro is probably the best option, to increase the chance of Giant crops appearing on your farm. Deluxe Speed-Gro is even better for the purpose, of course.

Another important thing is that when your crops are ready to harvest don’t do it just yet. And don’t get disappointed that the giant ones did not appear. It takes more time for giant crops to appear, which means that once the crops are ready to harvest you should wait for a couple of days, and that will give you a chance of getting the giant crop.

Don’t get too upset if you can’t get any giant crops in one try. You will succeed eventually.

One more interesting thing to remember: giant crops do not die out when the seasons change, meaning you can keep any of them (or all of them) even at winter. It’s a thing that really makes your Stardew Valley farm look special.

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