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Foraging

by Dineshjatdj

When it comes to exploring the natural wonders of Disney Dreamlight Valley, foraging is an activity not to be missed! From wild mushrooms to nuts and berries, plenty of delicious finds are tucked away in the valley’s lush forests.
For those unfamiliar with foraging, it can be a daunting task. The key is to take your time, observe your surroundings, and make use of any clues you find. As you look around, keep an eye out for edible plants and insects hidden among their non-edible neighbors. Once you’ve located something you want to harvest, remember to only take what you need. It’s also important to check the area for any signs of wildlife that may be living nearby.

Once you have your bounty, it’s time to prepare a delicious meal! If you don’t know how to cook what you’ve gathered, plenty of instructional guides are available on our website. With a little bit of practice, you’ll soon be able to whip up a feast using the delicious items harvested while foraging in Disney Dreamlight Valley!

List Of Crafting Materials in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Name Description
Clay This can be made into all sorts of objects.
Coal Ore Coal is a must to keep any oven running warm.
Cotton Soft fluff that can be used in lots of stuff!
Crystal A pretty, rare crystal used for crafting.
Dark Wood A tangle of branches waiting to become something more.
Dream Shard A crystallized form of Dreamlight magic.
Dry Wood A tangle of dry wood waiting to become something more.
Gold Nugget To think all gold coins looked like this at some point.
Hardwood A pile of sturdy wood waiting to become something more.
Iron Ore A chunk of raw iron that becomes ingots.
Night Shard The opposite of a Dream Shard. Be careful.
Pebbles You need a lot of pebbles to make a mountain…
Rich Soil This soil can be found sometimes when harvesting crops. It’s brimming with vitality and may hold great potential when mixed with the right ingredients.
Sand An important item for building sand castles.
Snowball Whatever you do, fight the urge to throw it.
Softwood A pile of softwood waiting to become something more.
Soil A clump of soil that’s perfect for gardening.
Stone Some imagination can turn stone into art.

List of All Flowers In Disney Dreamlight Valley

Name Description
Black Passion Lily Black petals bloom in an ominous manner.
Blue Falling Penstemon Blue wildflowers that droop when in bloom.
Blue Hydrangea These must grow in special soil to turn blue.
Blue Marsh Milkweed A rare blue variant of white marsh milkweed.
Blue Passion Lily Blue petals bloom in an explosion of color.
Blue Star Lily The white petals bloom from a blue center.
Dandelion A yellow wildflower widely used in medicine.
Green Passion Lily Green petals bloom in an explosion of color.
Green Rising Penstemon Green wildflowers that rise when in bloom.
Orange & Red Marsh Milkweed Small orange-red bulbs bloom atop long stalks.
Orange Houseleek A rugged flower that requires very little water.
Orange Marsh Milkweed Small orange bulbs bloom atop long stalks.
Orange Nasturtium Orange petals bloom from a yellow bulb.
Orange Star Lily A bright orange flower shaped like a star.
Pink Bromeliad A pointy, brightly colored flower.
Pink Houseleek Rugged flowers that require very little water.
Pink Hydrangea A ball of flowers with a pink tint.
Purple Bell Flower A vibrant purple blossom, perfect for gifting!
Purple Falling Penstemon Purple wildflowers that droop when in bloom.
Purple Hydrangea A smaller hydrangea with a deep purple hue.
Purple Impatiens Although small, they can be so very bright.
Purple Marsh Milkweed A bush with small clusters of purple petals.
Purple Rising Penstemon Purple wildflowers that rise when in bloom.
Red Bell Flower A stunning red flower shaped like a bell.
Red Bromeliad These flowers go from green to yellow to red.
Red Daisy Bright red petals surround a yellow bulb.
Red Falling Penstemon Red wildflowers that droop when in bloom.
Red Nasturtium Red petals bloom from a yellow bulb.
Red Passion Lily Its bloom is an explosion of color.
Sunflower Tall yellow flowers that produce tasty seeds.
White & Pink Falling Penstemon White-pink wildflowers that droop when in bloom.
White & Red Hydrangea A hydrangea flower that has just bloomed.
White Bell Flower A beautiful white flower shaped like a bell.
White Daisy A white flower that symbolizes innocence.
White Impatiens A striking bouquet of white flowers.
White Marsh Milkweed Small white bulbs bloom atop long stalks.
White Passion Lily A vibrant bloom of purples and whites.
Yellow Bromeliad Yellow flowers that grow straight upward.
Yellow Daisy Bright yellow petals surround a black bulb.
Yellow Nasturtium Yellow petals bloom from a red-orange bulb.