Getting Seed In Story Of Season – Friends Of Mineral Town Is No More Difficult, Learn It Here, How

Since Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town is all about farming, you’ll need to grow some crops. And for those, you’ll need seeds. Here’s how to get them.

Starting out in Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town can be tricky. You don’t have much, and the game provides you with only minimum information. Mostly, you’re left to your own devices, and you have to figure out things for yourself. While the game tells you how to plant seeds, it doesn’t tell you where to get those seeds from. There are a couple of places.

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Your first port of call should be the town’s General Store. You’ll find the General Store right at top of the town; keep heading north after leaving your farm. It’s in the middle of the northernmost street. The store sells some other provisions, but mostly, you’ll come here to buy seeds.

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You can’t turn up at Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town’s General Store at any time, though. It’s only open between 9am and 5pm, and it’s closed Tuesdays and Sundays. You’ll need to plan your visit carefully.

You can also buy seeds from the wooden house on the beach, right near the pier. To get to the beach, head east in town until you reach the plaza. On the eastern side are some steps leading to the beach.

There are no opening times for the beach house, but it seems to be open during the day. Talk to Huang, the young man behind the cardboard box, and along with some exotic items, he will also sell you crop and flower seeds.

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Unlike the General Store, which only sells seeds for whatever season it currently is, Huang sells seeds from all seasons. Make sure you only plant according to the current season, otherwise your crops and flowers won’t grow.

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