Spore Blossom is a decorative block in Minecraft that players can use to make their base more attractive. It is one of the many gatherable items in Minecraft that cannot be crafted. So players have to look for it in the vast ever-changing world of Minecraft. In this article, we will talk about how you can get and use Spore Blossoms in Minecraft.

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Where to find Spore Blossoms in Minecraft

In Minecraft, players can find Spore Blossoms in caves found in Overworld’s Lush Caves biome. The lush cave biome was introduced with Caves and Cliffs update. The biome itself features an intricate underground cave system filled with a wide variety natural vegetation, thus giving it a name Lush Caves.

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Now that you know where to find Spore Blossoms in Minecraft. The next question should be how to get Spore Blossoms from the Lush Caves biome in Minecraft?.

Once you are in the aforementioned biome, look for pink-colored flowers that usually hang underside blocks. Go near Spore Blossoms and hold your action button to break them. Once that is done, a mini version of the Spore Blossoms will fall on the ground. Pick it up and it will show up in your Hotbar

How to Use Spore Blossoms in Minecraft

To use Spore Blossoms in Minecraft, players have to select it from the Hotbar. Then, press the left click or tap on the screen to place it wherever they want. It’s simple as that.

That’s all you have to do get and use a Spore Blossom in Minecraft. While you are here, make sure to read our guide on how to create a big map in Minecraft.

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