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|Base value:||100 coins|
|Seed price:||55 coins|
|Apple price:||20 coins|
Lots of creatures like to eat apples, and this is the most efficient way to get them fresh. This tree may be small, easy to grow and cheap to get hold of, but it is worth its weight in apples.
Tree needs to be planted in grass, soil, or long grass.
How best to grow itfertilizer to help mature your tree.
Fertilizing an apple tree is trickier than other vegetables or flowers. Instead of fully fertilizing 3 times right after planting, you have to wait until certain stages in the tree's growth to fully fertilize it. Immediately after planting you can fertilize it once with red fertilizer. Then you must wait until the tree has grown. You can tell when the tree is ready for more fertilizer when it shakes and leaves fall from the branches. Wait again for it to shake and then you can perform the last fertilization. Make sure it's watered, wait for it to grow, and you should have a fully branched apple tree that has more branches and will produce more apples!
Apple seed uses
- Eating 1 apple seed helps meet the sour Shellybean Resident requirements.
- Apples can be sold for 20 chocolate coins.
- Apples can be transformed into toffee apples.
- Eating 3 fruit of any kind helps meet the Raisant Resident requirements.
- Eating 8 apples helps meet the Horstachio Resident requirements.
- Feeding an apple to a Badgesicle changes its color to a red variant.
- Feeding an apple and a carrot to a Lickatoad changes its color to a red variant.
Toffee apple uses
- Eating 1 toffee apple helps meet the Horstachio Romance requirements.
Apple tree uses
- 1 fruit tree of any kind in the garden helps meet the Raisant Visit requirements.
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