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We continue with Stardew Valley, only this time, we are going to tell you how to get violin head ferns.

What are Stardew Valley fiddlehead ferns?


They are one of the elements that you can find in the game, but they are also the only ones that are classified as vegetables and are one of the most difficult vegetables to find, and precisely, we are going to tell you how to get fiddlehead ferns.
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    How to get fiddlehead ferns in Stardew Valley?


    First, you have to know that there are two Community Centers packages that require this element to be completed.

    One is the "Ferns chef," which you will find on the Community Center bulletin board when using the regular package pack.

    And the other "Wild Medicine" is only available in the new Craft's Room remix pack option.

    Coming into the subject, the best way to find this fern is in Secret Woods in the summer.

    Remember that in order to enter you will have to carry a good steel ax and cut the fallen log northwest of Cindersap Forest, by the south exit of your farm.

    Upon reaching Secret Woods, you will be able to find a few hardwood stumps, slime enemies, and forage items, depending on the season you enter.

    Other places where you can find head ferns are not limited only to the summer, including the Skull Cavern in the Calico Desert and the jungles of Ginger Island. For Skull Cavern, Prehistoric Floors and Con Ginger Island.



     Now that you know how to get fiddlehead ferns in Stardew Valley, you can start pickling your ferns, use them as an ingredient or juice them, it all depends on the use you need to give them, regardless of the use, the important thing is that you already know where to get them.



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    Single-player, multiplayer
    age rating (PEGI):
    7+

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