There are a wide variety of fruits that you can find in Stardew Valley. Coconut is one such fruit. Although it cannot be consumed directly, players can use it for various other uses. In this guide, we will take you through how to get a coconut in Stardew Valley.
If you’re new to the game, you may be wondering where to find these precious coconuts. Players have discovered them in a variety of locations throughout the game, and we have all these juicy fruity details.
Let’s find out exactly where you can find a coconut in Stardew Valley.
Stardew Valley – how to find a coconut
You can find coconuts in Ginger Island, Calico Desert, and Pelican Town. One of the best places to find them, overall, is the Calico Desert. Palm trees litter the landscape and players can shake them to release the juicy fruits. Similarly, Ginger Island offers another opportunity to find coconuts by shaking palm trees.
While Oasis also offers coconuts for a price, players should be aware that they can only purchase them on Mondays. And if you’re lucky, coconuts may even arrive in the mail as a gift from Sandy. Finally, it’s worth noting that Gus, the owner of the Stardrop Saloon, needs coconuts to reach the next level.
While coconuts can be foraged, some players may find it easier to purchase them. For instance, players can buy coconuts for 400g at Oasis or even find them at the Travelling Cart for a varying price between 300g to 1000g. You can also gift coconuts to NPCs, use them in various cooking recipes like wine and jelly, and craft items.
There’s also the elusive Golden Coconut, which you can get by trading 10 coconuts with the Island Trader. To break them open, you need the help of Clint, the blacksmith in Pelican Town, who will do it for 25 gold.