A sweet stalk that can be eaten as a snack or processed to use as an ingredient. This tropical heat-loving plant will yield an extra crop during heat waves, but will go dormant if exposed to freezing temperatures. Has custom notebook entry and chance to get from seed packs.
Year Round Foliage
Buy from Grocery Stall
Thrives in heat and will give an extra crop during a heat wave.
Will go dormant if exposed to freezing temperatures.
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This is the foundation for all my harvestables. It has resources that are shared across multiple harvestables and it keeps them from becoming bloated with duplicate items. It also allows you to download all my other content in a modular fashion, giving you more control of the size of your downloads folder.
This mod provides a basic foundation for all my other mods, crafting recipes, cooking recipes, and harvestables. It has resources that are shared across multiple mods and it keeps files from becoming bloated with duplicate resources. It also allows you to download my content in a modular fashion, giving you more control of the size of your downloads folder. You won't be able to interact with this mod directly but it will provide the basis for other mods to work properly.
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