Coral Island: Fruit Trees and Fruit Plants Guide

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Check out the Coral Island: Fruit Trees and Fruit Plants Guide. Learn the crucial things to cultivate your perfect fields in Coral Island!

Coral Island offers a variety of crops for players to experiment with, from traditional earth-tilling farming to nurturing beautiful fruit trees. In this guide, we’ll delve into the world of fruit trees, helping you understand the differences between Fruit Trees and Fruit Plants, and providing detailed instructions on how to successfully plant and grow both.

Coral Island: Fruit Trees and Fruit Plants Guide

Fruit Trees

  • Available at Sam’s General Store (Town Rank C).
  • Look like saplings, marked with a tree symbol.
  • Cost more than Fruit Plants.
  • Seven types available with different costs and seasons.
  • Take 28 days to mature and produce fruit.
  • No withering during off-seasons.
  • Do not require watering.

Fruit Plants

  • Available at Sam’s General Store (Town Rank E).
  • Look like seedlings in white pots marked with two leaves.
  • Cost less than Fruit Trees.
  • Twelve types available, some unlocked at Town Rank C.
  • Need tilling a 2×2 square and daily watering.
  • Take 10 days to mature, wither after 56 days.
  • Bear two fruits every four days.
  • Can be planted in the Greenhouse to avoid withering.

Planting Fruit Trees

  • Can be planted in any season, but only produce fruit in their active season.
  • No withering during off-seasons.
  • Take up a full 3×3 square of untilled tiles.
  • No need for daily watering.
  • Surrounding area cannot be cluttered until the tree is planted.
  • Two-tile buffer space required between trees in an orchard.

Planting Fruit Plants

  • Need tilling a 2×2 square.
  • Daily watering required until maturity.
  • Take 10 days to mature, wither after 56 days.
  • Bear two fruits every four days.
  • Can be planted in the Greenhouse to avoid withering.

Harvesting and Usage

  • Fruit Trees take 28 days to mature, while Fruit Plants take 10 days.
  • Fruit Trees do not wither during off-seasons.
  • Fruit Plants wither after 56 days.
  • Fruits can be used in preserving jars, kegs, oil press, mill, and aging barrel.
  • Each fruit has specific artisan machines it can be added to.