Mushtree

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Blue Mushtree
Mushtree.png
Tool Required
Axe.png Luxury Axe.png PickSlashAxe.png Lucy the Axe.png
Resources
Log.png Blue Cap.png
Renewable?
No
"mushtree_tall"
Don't Starve Together icon.png Blue Mushtree (blooming)
Blue Mushtree Blooming.png
Tool Required
Axe.png Luxury Axe.png PickSlashAxe.png Lucy the Axe.png
Resources
Log.png Blue Cap.png
Spawns
Blue Spore.png
Renewable?
No
"mushtree_tall"

Red Mushtree
MushtreeRed.png
Tool Required
Axe.png Luxury Axe.png PickSlashAxe.png Lucy the Axe.png
Resources
Log.png Red Cap.png
Renewable?
No
"mushtree_medium"
Don't Starve Together icon.png Red Mushtree (blooming)
Red Mushtree Blooming.png
Tool Required
Axe.png Luxury Axe.png PickSlashAxe.png Lucy the Axe.png
Resources
Log.png Red Cap.png
Spawns
Red Spore.png
Renewable?
No
"mushtree_medium"

Green Mushtree
MushtreeGreen.png
Tool Required
Axe.png Luxury Axe.png PickSlashAxe.png Lucy the Axe.png
Resources
Log.png Green Cap.png
Renewable?
No
"mushtree_small"
Don't Starve Together icon.png Green Mushtree (blooming)
Green Mushtree Blooming.png
Tool Required
Axe.png Luxury Axe.png PickSlashAxe.png Lucy the Axe.png
Resources
Log.png Green Cap.png
Spawns
Green Spore.png
Renewable?
No
"mushtree_small"

Don't Starve Together icon.png Webbed Blue Mushtree
Blue Mushtree Webbed.png
Tool Required
Axe.png Luxury Axe.png PickSlashAxe.png Lucy the Axe.png
Resources
Log.png, Silk.png, Silk.png 30%, Silk.png 30%
Spawns
Dangling Depth Dweller.png
Renewable?
No
"mushtree_tall_webbed"

Wilson Portrait.png
That mushroom got too big for its own good.

Wilson

Willow Portrait.png
Gross. This tree is sick all over.

Willow

Wolfgang Portrait.png
Big mushtree is big.

Wolfgang

Wendy Portrait.png
These are some strange trees.

Wendy

WX-78 Portrait.png
IT IS ADVANTAGEOUSLY BRIGHT

WX-78

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
A tree with a fungal parasite.

Wickerbottom

Woodie Portrait.png
I can't let that stand.

Woodie

Waxwell Portrait.png
It smells of rot and failure.

Maxwell

Wigfrid Portrait.png
What is this magic?

Wigfrid

Webber Portrait.png
How did it get so big?

Webber

Walani Portrait.png
That's a whole lot of mushtree!

Walani

Warly Portrait.png
Oh, divine tree of mushrooms... what else can you teach me?

Warly

Woodlegs Portrait.png
Whut's thet 'shroom doin' way up thar?

Woodlegs

Mushtrees are naturally generated objects that act as light sources inside Caves.

The most common variant is a Blue Mushtree, which can be chopped down, providing 2 Logs and a Blue Cap. Using a Shovel or a Regal Shovel to dig up the stump that will provide another Log or burn it to yield 1 Ash. Mushtrees also come in green and red varieties, which drop a Green Cap and Red Cap respectively upon harvest, as well as a single Log. When set on fire, a Mushtree will eventually burn to a crisp and disappear, dropping 1 Ash and 1 Charcoal. Unlike Evergreens, which drop Pine Cones that can be planted, there is no way for the player to regrow Mushtrees, making them a nonrenewable resource.

Mushtrees are regarded as the easiest way to get Blue Caps. However, Mushtrees also provide a small, but free and unending source of light. Illumination frequently means life or death in the caves, so discretion should be used when deciding whether or not to harvest.

Reign of Giants icon.png Reign of Giants[edit | edit source]

During Full Moons in the Reign of Giants DLC, Mushrooms (both in Caves and on the Surface) will turn into Mushtrees. If a Mushroom-turned-Mushtree has been chopped, its stump will turn into a harvested Mushroom spawn point once the Full Moon ends.

Don't Starve Together icon.png Don't Starve Together[edit | edit source]

In Don't Starve Together, Mushtrees have a blooming state where they produce light-generating Spores. Additionally, a variant of the Blue Mushtree, called the Webbed Blue Mushtree can rarely be encountered. Webbed Blue Mushtree will spawn Dangling Depth Dwellers when chopped down.

Mushtrees also release Mushroom Spores when they are blooming, but their blooming season is different for each variety. Blue mushtrees start blooming at night during Winter. Green mushtrees start blooming at dusk during Spring. Red mushtrees start blooming at day during Summer.

Placeholder.png Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • According to Wickerbottom, Mushtrees are regular trees infected with fungal parasites.

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