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How to Plant Seeds in V Rising

Reap what you sow.

by Kara Phillips

As you’d expect from a game like V Rising, you’ll rely heavily on the items and materials you find during your adventure when it comes to upgrades and building, but going out to hunt and look for these materials on your own can be a tedious process. Especially if you’re racing to face the next boss. Luckily, you can take control of your own materials, and planting your own crops in V Rising is essential if you want to save yourself some time and put a stop to constantly going foraging and hunting for materials. Although this can be pretty intimidating if you don’t know where to begin, once you’ve got to grips with the basics of farming, you’ll be able to save yourself some serious time. Here’s how to plant seeds in V Rising.

Can You Plant Seeds in V Rising?

Fortunately, planting seeds in V Rising really isn’t challenging at all. All you need to do is have the seeds you want to plant in your action bar and press the accompanying key while standing on either some grass or in your Garden Area. Once you’ve planted your seeds, it’ll take a few in-game hours to grow, so you’re still going to have to wait a little bit rather than reaping the benefits straight away, but it’ll be significantly more convenient than relying exclusively on your own gathering. It’s also important to note you will have to exclusively plant your seeds on grass until you beat Polora the Feywalker and unlock Garden Floors.

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Where to Get Seeds in V Rising

If you’re struggling to find seeds in V Rising, there are a number of ways you can come across them which are worth following. The first, most likely method of finding seeds is by facing high-level enemies and V Bloods, alongside Treants in the Farbane Woods. It’s not guaranteed, but there is a high chance that the more enemies you face, the more likely you are to harvest some seeds in your loot. In addition, you can also purchase seeds from a select few vendors, such as Ottar the Merchant in Silverlight Hills, Berk the Travelling Trader in Dunley Farmlands, and Gavyn the Shady Dealer in Farbane Woods. However, if you decide to find seeds this way, you should expect to spend quite a lot of money on them. Sure, it’s more convenient, but it’s significantly more expensive.