If you’re a Stardew Valley fanatic like us, you might already know the importance of crops in the game. They can be used for gifting, as food, or for the purpose of profits. For this reason, having more crops is vital. We’ve compiled a list of all the Stardew Valley more crops mods that can add variety to your harvests and increase their quantity!
Crops in Stardew Valley have the same meaning as they do in real life; they are plants that are raised from seeds and, later, harvested. Every crop you’ll find in the game will more likely be seasonal and thus can only be planted at a specific time.
Your seasonal crops will wither and die after 28 days, however, multi-seasonal crops, such as wheat, sunflower, corn, coffee bean, and ancient fruit, will continue to thrive throughout all of the specified seasons.
You’ll have your basic collection of crops, spring crops, summer crops, fall crops, winter crops, and special crops. However, even with the vast collection of crops available in Stardew Valley, you might go out looking for either more variety or increased quantities of crops to make your gaming experience all the more worthwhile.
Let’s take a look at some of the most downloaded Startdew Valley more crops mods on Nexus Mods and find the ones that’ll best suit your gaming style!
The Best Stardew Valley More Crops Mods
21. Expanded Vanilla Crops
Also known as Expanded Berry Seeds, the Expanded Vanilla Crops mod focuses on expanding the crops from vanilla fruits, such as blackberries, spice, and salmonberry, and also wild plum and crystal fruit.
The mod also expands crops from veggies, such as fiddlehead fern and spring onion. Consequently, the mod will enable you to plant all of the mentioned fruits and vegetables and retrieve their seeds for further use.
While you can purchase these seeds from Pierre, you will need to meet some of the requirements. For example, crystal fruit, plum, and berries can only be purchased after year 2 and the fiddlehead fern will require some playing.
Furthermore, salmonberry features an amazing sprite, which may be used to construct mazes, and berries are grown on trellises.
You can also get your hands on seeds by throwing the fruits or veggies into the Seed Maker. Each crop and its seed also feature sprites, which are inspired by the vanilla game.
20. Love ‘n’ Friend Crops
The Love ‘N’ Friend Crops mod adds to the game two new crops that can be grown and harvested at any time and season of the year. These crops are loved by base game villagers and even those from Ridgeside Village and Stardew Valley Expanded.
Perfect for romantic partners and friends, this mod makes the Friend Shrub and Love Shrub available at Pierre’s Shop, which ultimately eliminates the hassle of picking a gift for your beloved villagers.
The Friend Shrub’s seeds can be purchased for 1000g, they produce once a week for the entire year, and they take one entire season to grow. The produced Friend Berry can then be gifted to a roommate or a non-marriage candidate.
On the other hand, the Love Shrub’s seeds can also be purchased for 1000g, produce year-round, and require a whole season to grow. The Love Shrub produces a Love Berry, which can be gifted to any of your marriage candidates in the game.
19. Golden Crops
As this mod’s name suggests, it adds a golden version of the vanilla crops found in Stardew Valley. The golden crops are worth 5, 10, or 20 times more than the vanilla crops while maintaining the same growing time.
The prices of the golden crops will vary depending on which version you choose. For example, if you select the 5x version, the prices of the seeds will increase by five folds.
There are a few differences, however, that you must note. For example, the golden crops, unlike the vanilla crops are not edible. Moreover, the Golden Sweet Gem Berry is categorized as a fruit in order to enable you to make wine with it.
Golden flowers don’t contain color variations and golden seeds are not sold at the JojaMart. There are several other variations, depending on specific crops, in terms of where the seeds are sold and when, how the crops can be used and gifted, how fast they grow, and what benefits can be garnered.
Some of the many golden crops include:
- Taro Root
- Sweet Gem Berry
- Summer Spangle
- Fairy Rose
- Coffee Bean
- Blue Jazz
- Ancient Fruit
- And More!
18. Dope Crops
If you’ve been wanting to incorporate recreational drugs, such as marijuana, into your game, this Stardew Valley mod is perfect for you!
This mod adds 11 new crops, which are sold at Pierre’s Store, and 10 new recipes for recreational drugs. The recipes can be used to create various items that can then be utilized for their buffs, offered as favorite gifts, or sold for profit.
Weed is 100% legalized in Stardew Valley – thanks to this mod. The crop seeds feature seasonal requirements mimicking the requirements of vanilla crops.
You must have Json Assets, Content Patcher, and SMAPI for this mod to work and you might see new NPCs in this mod in the future who will act as a vendor for the new crops.
17. Better Quality Increased Seeds – Ancient Crops for PFM
Don’t like the number of seeds produced by the Seed Maker? This mod will increase the average number of seeds that are produced through a high-quality product that is thrown in the Seed Maker.
The mod also covers all the PPJA – Ancient Crops mod crops, which can be used by the Seed Maker and it uses the Producer Framework Mod to increase the number of seeds from high-quality produce.
Additional seed is offered for each quality level as follows:
- Iridium: 4-6
- Gold: 3-5
- Silver: 2-4
- Regular: 1-3
16. Revenant’s Crops
This mod focuses on adding more variety to the game in the long term by adding five new crops for later years, which are, by default, sold only after year 2 or above. However, you can also download the “without years” version if you want the new crops to be available from year 1.
The new crops include Oyster Mushrooms, Maitake Mushrooms, Enoki Mushrooms, Twisted Tree, and Gai Lan. If you want this mod to function as intended, you must have SpaceCore and SMAPI 2.5.3+.
15. Mineral and Gem Crops
Clint discovered a plant along with a few researchers from the city during his voyage to the unknown cave in Northend two years ago. The plant was known to produce gems and minerals and, now, it can finally be cultivated!
You might have already guessed it by the mod’s name; the Mineral and Gem Crops mod adds crops in the game that have the ability to produce gems and minerals.
You can buy a tree sapling and seeds from Clint and grow crops only in winter [for now].
14. Magical Crops
The wizard has found some bizarre seeds during one of his travels and now needs your help in growing them!
In addition to adding 4 new events, mail, and 8 quests, the Magical Crops mod also adds 7 brand-new magical crops to the game, which can be received through a quest, event, or mail.
Once you’ve received the seeds, you can then buy more from the Seed Chest at the Wizard’s Tower. But you must prepare for some strange things that your crops will do during their growth!
The additional plants include the Inexistent Plant, Cake Plant, Balanced Plant, Sunset Drops, Slime Plant, Lucky Roll, King Parsnip, and a weird Invisible Plant.
13. Bonster’s Rare Crops and Oddi-trees
This mod will increase the number of crops available in your game significantly by adding several trees and unusual field crops. It is vital to note that you can download separate files for the trees, which are a WIP [work in progress], and field crops, which are not a WIP.
The following are some of the many trees available in this mod:
- Ice Cream Bean
- Tiger Fig
- Hass Avocado
- Yellow Pitahaya
- Salak Palm
- American Persimmon
- Black Sapote
- And More!
Moreover, the mod also has the following field crops:
- Yellow Onion
- Wild Rice
- Julep Mint
- Arctic Raspberry
- Mung Bean
- Hardy Kiwi
- Red Carrot
- And More!
12. Custom Crops (ABANDONED)
This mod is intended to add crops with JSON, however, it was later replaced by JSON Assets and since it’s not maintained any longer, it might not work properly in newer versions of the game.
11. Plentiful Harvest – Crops and Cooking
This mod includes several balanced and new crops for the game and also offers numerous recipes for the new crops added. So, if you’re looking to add variety to the produce grown by you in the game, this mod is a good fit for that.
The mod is planned to turn into a complete overhaul, but, for now, it also includes new production machines, making it a crop and cooking mod.
The mod features the following:
- Two new secret crops and secret recipes
- Production machines
- 50+ cooking recipes that you can get every Monday and Friday via a cooking magazine
- A nut tree for every season
- A fruit tree for every season
- 6 new crops for every season
You can click on the download link below to learn about this mod’s installation process in detail.
10. Lumisteria Flowers and Crops
This mod enables players to discover flowers and seeds in the wild and also includes 2 crops and 17 flowers of various seasons. The flowers included in the mod also include a few winter flowers.
Each flower and crop also have specific gift tastes from villagers and all of them have at least one villager with a preference for them as a gift.
Specific crops are sold at specific shops and are available in different years. Some crops are available only after year 4. However, you can get your hands on them earlier by digging up some artifact spots.
Moreover, some crops, like vanilla crops, also have giant versions.
9. All Crops All Seasons
With this mod, you can grow any crop in any season, including during winter. The mod might not work for some players as it has been replaced by the Crops Anytime Anywhere mod, which is #6 on this list.
8. Six Plantable Crops for Winter
As the mod’s name suggests, Six Plantable Crops for Winter offers 6 different winter crops based on Story of Seasons: Trio of Town’s crop list.
The gift tastes are also available for these winter crops. However, you should note that Snowdrops, Gentians, and Blue Roses will not produce any honey since the bees are asleep in this season.
The following are the six plants added for the winter season:
- Snowdrop: Grows in 10 days and symbolizes an omen of death or the coming of spring and hope.
- Napa Cabbage: Grows in 13 days and is excellent for hot pot.
- Gentian: Grows in 10 days and has several medicinal and edible uses.
- Daikon: Grows in 5 days and is a mild-tasting winter radish.
- Broccoli: Grows in 11 days, regrows in 3, and is flavorsome for a few when blanched.
- Blue Rose: Grows in 20 days and its vivid blue color is not natural.
7. Winter Crops
In addition to 10 new cooking recipes and 3 additional artisan goods, this mod adds 2 fruit trees, 2 flowers, and 7 new crops, all of which are grown in winter.
You will receive a bundle of notes from Gus on the 1st and 2nd of Winter Year 1. The provided notes will allow you to learn the following recipes:
- Lemon and Persimmon Cake
- Coconut and Carrot Soup
- Winter Pasta
- Squash Noodles
- Winter Brew
- Sauteed Sprouts
- Lemon Meringue Pie
- Spinach and Onion Quiche
- Winter Salad
The artisan goods include Nettle Tea, Christmas Rose Tea, and Mahonia Tea, while the fruit trees include Ponderosa Lemon and Asian Persimmon.
The mod also includes the following crops:
- Christmas Rose [flower]
- Mahonia [flower]
- Nettles [trellis]
- Winter Carrot
- Winter Onion
- Winter Spinach
- Winter Squash [and a giant variant’
- Iceberg Lettuce
- Brussel Sprouts
6. Crops Anytime Anywhere
This mod will allow you to grow fruit trees and crops in any season of your choice and even give you the ability to choose a location you normally couldn’t till, including on dirt tiles or grass.
The mod gives you the option to configure the tillable tile types as well as the locations and seasons. However, it’s important to note that this mod will not change the stores’ inventories, meaning you can only buy the seeds of different plants during their specific seasons.
5. (SOJA) Ancient Crops
After Gunther tests your ability to grow an ancient seed, he hands you seed packets of ancient crops to test your luck with them.
The new items can be discovered during the gameplay. Before you install this mod, however, make sure you have the latest versions of Mail Framework Mod, SpaceCore, SMAPI, and JSON Assets.
4. Bonster’s Crops
This mod requires JSON to work and it adds a bunch of crops and trees to the game, adding variety to the vanilla crops and increasing the number of recipes in the game.
Each crop and tree will have a specific growing season and they will be made available to you during a prespecified year.
Some of the new trees are Tamarind, PLantain, Pawpaw, Jackfruit, Blood Orange, Chestnut, and Quince, while some of the many field crops include Oats, Benne Sesame, Salsify, Sunchoke, Prickly Pear, Black Beans, and Lingonberry.
3. PPJA – Fantasy Crops
The PPJA Fantasy Crops mod adds numerous fantasy-style crops for your farm, which will enable you to grow Iridium, Coal, and even money!
It’s no secret why this mod has the third-highest downloads compared to all the mods in this list.
2. Multi Yield Crops
This mod comes with content pack support and is fully configurable. It allows players to yield more than one type of harvest and specify extra yields for each crop.
Your crops can now have multiple yields and you can specify these extra harvest rules through the Config.json or via content packs.
1. PPJA – Fruits and Veggies
With hundreds and thousands of downloads, the PPJA Fruits and Veggies mod stands as the most downloaded one in this list and one of the best Stardew Valley mods. It increases the number of fruits and veggies you can plant and also includes crop and herb sprites.
There you have it; these were all of the top 21 Stardew Valley more crops mods that can help you expand your inventory of crops, flowers, trees, fruits, veggies, and other resources and enhance your in-game experience by tenfolds.
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