Stardew Valley – How to Get the Greenhouse

Stardew Valley: Unlocking and Maximizing Profit with the Greenhouse

In the hit game Stardew Valley, players may be fooled into thinking it’s solely a life simulator, but at its core, it remains a farming simulation. While there are various ways to earn money in the game, none come close to the profitability of crops.

As you progress through the game and restore your grandfather’s farm, you may notice a broken-down Greenhouse in the northwestern part of the land. Don’t underestimate its potential – this is actually the most profitable building in Stardew Valley.

What is the Greenhouse in Stardew Valley?

On your first day in Stardew Valley, you’ll spot the ruins of the Greenhouse to the left of the Farmhouse. Once repaired, the Greenhouse enables you to grow crops year-round, regardless of the external season. Even in the dead of winter, when nothing grows outside, you can cultivate a bountiful harvest within the protected walls of the Greenhouse.

Most players plant the most profitable crops available in the Greenhouse, turning it into a veritable money-making machine. Some crops only need to be planted once, providing perpetual harvests. Additionally, you can strategically place Fruit Trees on the edges of the Greenhouse where crops cannot be grown, allowing for daily fruit yields.

How to Get the Greenhouse in Stardew Valley?

You have two options for obtaining the Greenhouse:

  • Complete the Pantry Bundles at the Community Center.
  • Purchase the Greenhouse through the Joja Community Development Form for 35,000g.

If you choose to pursue the Community Center route, you’ll need to complete various Pantry bundles. These bundles require you to grow essential crops, but they can only be completed after reaching Fall. Additionally, you’ll need a significant number of animals and knowledge of processing crops into Artisan Goods to fully complete the Pantry Bundles. It may take until Year 2 to finish all the bundles, making the Greenhouse a challenging goal for impatient players.

Pantry Bundle Requirements:

  • Spring Crops Bundle (x4 items needed)
    • Parsnip
    • Green Bean
    • Cauliflower
    • Potato
  • Summer Crops Bundle (x4 items needed)
    • Tomato
    • Hot Pepper
    • Blueberry
    • Melon
  • Fall Crops Bundle (x4 items needed)
    • Corn
    • Eggplant
    • Pumpkin
    • Yam
  • Quality Crops Bundle (x3 items needed)
    • 5x Gold Quality Parsnip
    • 5x Gold Quality Melon
    • 5x Gold Quality Pumpkin
    • 5x Gold Quality Corn
  • Animal Bundle (x5 items needed)
    • Large Milk
    • Large Egg – Brown
    • Large Egg
    • Large Goat Milk
    • Wool
    • Duck Egg
  • Artisan Bundle (x6 items needed)
    • Truffle Oil
    • Cloth
    • Goat Cheese
    • Cheese
    • Honey
    • Jelly
    • Apple
    • Apricot
    • Orange
    • Peach
    • Pomegranate
    • Cherry

If the Community Center route seems daunting, there’s an alternative – the JojaMart route. By joining JojaMart and paying a fee of 5,000g, you can have all the buildings and repairs in Pelican Town taken care of without the need to complete complicated Bundles. With the Joja Community Development Form, you can purchase the Greenhouse upgrade for 35,000g. Once the Greenhouse is fixed, you have the freedom to relocate it anywhere on your farm.

By focusing on the right tasks, eager players can accumulate the necessary funds by Summer, granting quick access to the highly profitable Greenhouse. With this valuable asset, you can grow crops year-round within half a year.

Unlock the Greenhouse and maximize your profits – whether you choose the fulfilling path of the Community Center or the convenience of JojaMart! Share your thoughts or suggestions in the comments below.