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Medium Crops

Welcome to our Stardew Valley Crops guide.

Crops in Stardew Valley can be used in recipes or cooking, as gifts to villagers, and sold for gold. Crops are usually seasonal and can only be grown during that season. After the season, the crop will die. Some crops, such as wheat and corn, can be grown for multiple seasons. To see what are the most profitable crops, you can either go to our "Most Profitable Crops" category or look at the estimated gold per day.

Best Stardew Valley Crops
Spring: Strawberries, green beans, and rhubarb.
Summer: Stardrop (note that this is a late game crop), bluberry, hot pepper, and hops.
Autumn: Cranberries, eggplants, and grapes.

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Season
Regrows
Grow Time (Days)
~Gold/Day (Profitability)
Sell Price
Seed Cost
Preserves Jar Sell Price
Keg Sell Price
Blue Jazz 7 2 50 30
Blueberry 13 20 80 80 210 240
Bok Choy 4 7 80 50 210 180
Cactus 12 24 75 150
Corn 14 7 50 150 150 112
Eggplant 5 11 60 20 170 135
Garlic 4 5 60 40 170 135
Grape 10 16 80 60 210 240
Potato 6 7 80 50 210 180
Radish 6 8 90 40 230 202
Summer Spangle 8 5 90 50
Sunflower 8 15 80 200
Tomato 11 9 60 50 170 135