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Minecraft Mangrove Trees: How To Grow And Find Them

Confused about planting the Mangrove Propagules? Here's everything to find out how to grow Mangrove Trees in Minecraft.

Minecraft has a plentiful of various types of trees and plants to grow according to their natural biomes. Mangroves are one of these tree types that were introduced in the 1.19 Wild update. Unlike other trees, it can easily be recognized due to its large canopies and aerial root systems. On top of that, it can be planted not only on land but also in the water. Considering this tree has many uses, many players are eagerly finding it across biomes.

So, check out our guide on how to grow Mangrove Trees in Minecraft. Here’s all you need to find out about these trees alongside their whereabouts.

How to Grow Mangrove Trees in Minecraft

You can grow Mangrove Trees only in the Mangrove Swamp biome. This biome is distinguishable from the water under these trees which is teal rather than light bluish or grayish color. Once you reach the swamps, you need to plant a Mangrove Propagule. You can get these propagules from a full-grown Mangrove tree hanging from the leaves.

Once collected, here are the following blocks you can grow Mangrove Trees in Minecraft:

  • Dirt
  • Grass Block
  • Coarse Dirt
  • Podzol
  • Mycelium
  • Rooted Dirt
  • Moss Block
  • Farmland
  • Mud
  • Muddy Mangrove Roots
  • Clay

It will take some time for a fully-grown Mangrove Tree. But that being said, you can use a Bone Meal to speed up this process.

How to Find Mangrove Trees

You can find the Mangrove Trees only in the Mangrove Swamp biome. As you head there, you can find them growing from the water and land. With their large spider-like roots, it is easy to distinguish them from a distance.

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Image Source – JayDee MC on YouTube.

What are the Uses of Mangrove Trees in Minecraft?

Here are all the following uses and items obtained from the Mangrove trees:

  • Vines (harvested with Shears)
  • Moss Carpet (using any tool including hands)
  • Muddy Mangrove roots (using any tool including hands)
  • Stripped Mangrove log (using an axe on a log)
  • Mangrove leaves (using shears)
  • Mangrove log (using any tool and hands)
  • Mangrove propagule (The trees will drop only when the tree is fully grown or if the leaves that are hanging are mined)
  • Mangrove roots (using any tool including hands)
  • Bee Nest
  • Stick

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