This is a guide to collecting Mushrooms, a set of seasonal DIY materials in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (ACNH). To learn how to get Mushrooms and where they can be used, please read on.
|Mushroom Series||Getting Mushrooms Fast|
|Elegant Mushroom||Flat Mushroom||Rare Mushroom||Round Mushroom||Skinny Mushroom|
List of Contents
|Northern Hemisphere||November 1 to November 30|
|Southern Hemisphere||May 1 to May 31|
Mushrooms will start to appear during the last month of Fall. This is known as Mushrooming Season, and it occurs in November for Northern Hemisphere players, and May for Southern Hemisphere players.
5 pieces of mushroom will grow around Hardwood and Pine (Cedar) trees each day during Mushrooming Season. We recommend planting trees close to each other so you can collect them easily.
If you have a lot of trees scattered around your island, you might want to consider decreasing its number, as it may take you time to look for the 5 pieces of mushroom each day.
Up to 30 mushrooms can appear on your island at a time, but mushrooms will not appear for the day unless you have the daily island-wide broadcast, even if you skip 2 days or more.
Be sure to skip one day at a time, listen to the broadcast, and save. You can do this for 6 days, and then collect the 30 mushrooms.
Once the new month starts at 5 AM (December for Northern Hemisphere, and June for Southern Hemisphere), all grown mushrooms around the island will be gone.
However, mushrooms that you have picked up and dropped will not disappear.
Unlike flowers, mushrooms do not increase in number by breeding. They will naturally grow around trees in a fixed number each day.
Each day, 5 pieces of mushroom will grow around your island. You can find them around Hardwood or Pine (Cedar) Trees, or stumps.
One mushroom, in particular, called Rare Mushroom, can be found buried around trees.
The max number of mushrooms that can appear on your island at a time is 30. Take note that no more mushrooms will appear after this until you pick them up, even if you skip the time.
Mushrooms do not grow on Mystery Islands, so it is not necessary to go on a Mystery Island tour to get some mushrooms.
In our tests, the higher your island's rating, the higher the chances of getting Elegant Mushrooms and Rare Mushrooms.
|Round Mushroom||Very common||Common||Common|
|Skinny Mushroom||Very common||Very common||Common|
|Flat Mushroom||Very common||Common||Common|
|Elegant Mushroom||Very Rare||Rare||Rare|
|Rare Mushroom||Very Rare||Rare||Rare|
|Mushroom Wreath||Mushroom Wand||Mush Wall||Mush Umbrella|
|Mush Table||Mush Partition||Mush Parasol||Mush Low Stool|
|Mush Log||Mush Lamp||Forest Wall||Forest Flooring|
Mushrooms are used as a DIY crafting material to create the item(s) shown above.
If you need extra Bells, Elegant and Rare Mushrooms sell for over 10,000 Bells. However, as mushroomas are time-limited materials, we recommend using them to craft items instead.
|Round Mushroom||200 Bells|
|Skinny Mushroom||300 Bells|
|Flat Mushroom||200 Bells|
|Elegant Mushroom||10,000 Bells|
|Rare Mushroom||16,000 Bells|
If you'd like to learn more about what happens if you eat fruit, or any other food, check out the page below.
|All Mushroom Materials|
|Elegant Mushroom||Flat Mushroom||Rare Mushroom|
|Round Mushroom||Skinny Mushroom||-|
|How to Get Materials|
|Clay||Clump of Weed||Tree Branch|
|Stone||Iron Nugget||Gold Nugget|
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