While Stardew Valley encourages patience and proceeding at one’s own pace, figuring out which crops are worth the time investment without a guide can be unpleasant. There are no two crops alike in Stardew Valley, and some of the finest crops make substantially more money than others. Here, is the list of the top 5 crops of Stardew Valley-
Aside from Sweet Gem Berries and Ancient Fruit, which are both rare crops not found at Pierre’s, Cranberries are by far the most profitable crop in the game. Apiece seed weighs 240 grams, matures in seven days, and produces two seeds every five days that sell for at least 75 grams each. Cranberries, like blueberries, do not require replanting and produce throughout the season.
Pumpkins, like Red Cabbage, are a commodity that sells for a lot more than it costs to grow. While seeds are only 100g each, a pumpkin is 320g, and they have the potential to grow into a massive crop. A huge pumpkin is hard to surpass when it comes to Stardew Valley’s best crops per season.
Red Cabbage is a Year 2 special plant (the player may only find it in the Traveling Cart in Year 1) that sells for far more than its purchase price. These are sold for 100g each at Pierre’s General Store. But, they sell for 260g when harvested, making them one of Stardew Valley’s greatest crops.
Sweet Gem Berries
Sweet Gem Berries aren’t your typical “drop around to Pierre’s” harvest. This crop sells for 3000g when grown from Rare Seeds. This may only be obtained through the Traveling Cart or a Seed Maker. The seeds range in price from 600g to 1000g each. Moreover, depending on the day, the Traveling Cart only sells up to five at a time.
Ancient Fruit, which is grown from Ancient Seeds, is the game’s rarest and most valuable crop. It’s only possible to get it as a rare drop from foes. Because it doesn’t need to be replanted and can be grown year-round in a greenhouse. The Ancient Fruit overtakes the Sweet Gem Berry as the most valuable crop in Stardew Valley.
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