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How to get the Green Potato in Disney Dreamlight Valley

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The Green Potato is one of two essential ingredients for brewing the Crystallized Green Potion in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Here is a straightforward guide to help you acquire the Green Potato and its proper usage in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

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Keep in mind that there are specific prerequisites you must meet before obtaining the Green Potato. These include unlocking a particular biome, completing a mandatory quest, and having a high friendship level with a specific furry friend.

Where to find the Green Potato in Disney Dreamlight Valley

To obtain the Green Potato, you must obtain the Green Seed from the crystal ball in the Herbalist Room. Finally, plant the Green Seed in the Forgotten Lands biome. There are several prerequisites and steps you must take before you can perform these steps.

First, you must obtain all 16 Emerald Bottles. Use them to craft the Jade Crystal. We’ve linked the respective guides for those tasks above, in case you haven’t already completed the prerequisites.

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Once these steps are complete, obtain the Green Seed. You need it to grow the Green Potato. To get the seed, you must take the Jade Crystal to the crystal ball in the secret Herbalist Room. It is located at Vitalys Mine, in the Sunlit Plateau biome.

However, before you can unlock the secret Herbalist Room, you must meet the following requirements:

  1. Complete the Simba’s Dreamlight Tree quest
  2. Achieve friendship Level Seven with Simba
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Once you have obtained the Green Seed by interacting with the crystal ball, plant it in the Forgotten Lands biome. The growth time for the Green Potato is between one to two hours. If you want to expedite this process, you might consider utilizing the Miracle Growth Elixir.

Remember that serums have been known to be buggy. That bugginess can cause complications with quest-related seeds, such as the ones involved in this scenario. I suggest paying very close attention to any results whenever dealing with serums. The sooner you notice something has gone wrong, the easier it is to address an issue.

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After harvesting your Green Potato, combine it with the Jade Crystal and an empty vial. Doing so should brew the Green Crystallized Potion. Once you successfully brew the potion, you will receive a notification saying you have completed the Green Potato quest.

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