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Latest revision as of 21:08, 19 May 2020

Crabapple Tree
Crabapple Tree.png
Grown From Crabapple
Required By Crabapple
Found On Beech Grove, Blue Sod, Bounty Acre, Cloud Range, Flower Meadow, Green Brake, Highground, Heath
Bark 3
Branches 6
Fruit Crabapple
Fruit Qty 4
Logs 1
Blocks (Stone) 50
Blocks (Metal) 63
Boards (Bone) 15
Boards (Metal) 25
Back to Trees

The Crabapple Tree is one of the many Trees found in the Hearthlands. Trees are a plentiful resource and they are vital to every player's success.

Some of the most basic materials a hearthling will require such as Boards, Wood Blocks, Boughs, and Branches are only obtained from Trees.
Every tree has some sort of Seed which the player can use in various recipes, or they can be used to regrow a higher quality tree, producing better materials.

Materials Produced

The Crabapple Tree produces:

You may harvest up to 6 Branches before it is depleted.
You may harvest up to 3 Bark before it is depleted.
You may harvest up to 4 Crabapple before it is depleted.

All Trees will slowly replenish harvested materials, meaning all materials listed above are renewable.

Crabapple Trees produce 1 logs when felled.

Each log produces 50 Blocks when cut with a Stone Axe and 63 Blocks when cut with a Metal Axe
Each log produces 15 Boards when cut with a Bone Saw and 25 Boards when cut with a Metal Saw


How to Acquire

Every Tree can be grown from its seed using a Treeplanter's Pot, or by planting the seed directly into the ground.

Using a Treeplanter's Pot: See Treeplanter's Pot for more details

Direct Method: See Shovel for more details