moonglow terraria guide

Farming is the practice of deliberately cultivating resources in specific areas to be harvested later. There are several plants and fungi that can be successfully grown in Terraria, and each of them has its own requirements to be grown successfully. In this guide, we will talk about a Moonglow in Terraria and will explain how to grow it correctly.

What Is Moonglow in Terraria?

Moonglow in Terraria is a plant that grows on the surface of Jungle and Underground Jungle biomes and can be torn down with any weapon or tool. Moonglow blooms only at night and can be recognized by its curved stem with a hanging blue-white flower and a pearly blue-white light radiating from it. It was added to the game in the 1.0.5 update.

How to Grow a Moonglow in Terraria

To grow a Moonglow, you first need to collect Seeds. To do this, you need to go to the jungle at night and look for flowers. From one plant, you can pick from 1 to 3 seeds at a time. All the grass spreads quite quickly, so a lot of seeds will not be needed. Then you need to prepare an appropriate garden environment.

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These flowers can be planted and grown in a clay pot using Moonglow seeds. In a pot, a Moonglow will grow anywhere, not just in the jungle biome. But the plant will grow slowly because it does this only at night.

After you wait for several days and see the flower shines blue, use a pickaxe to harvest it. You just need to left-click on a flower or grass above the pot you want to harvest.

This is how you can easily make a Moonglow in Terraria and use it in different useful recipes, including potions. While you are here, read our guide on getting a life fruit in this game.

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