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Disney Dreamlight Valley: How to Get Melon



Disney Dreamlight Valley - Melon

A Rift in Time DLC offers multiple new biomes from which players can get new ingredient items used to prepare new food recipes. Melon is one of the new fruits introduced with A Rift in Time expansion of Disney Dreamlight Valley. Players can consume Melon to regenerate energy or use other ingredients to make a meal at a cooking station.

In this guide, we’ll go over how to get Melons in Disney Dreamlight Valley.

How to Get Melon in Disney Dreamlight Valley

Melons are obtained by harvesting the matured Melon seeds which can be bought from Goofy’s Stall in the Glittering Dunes biome of Eternity Isle. Eternity Isle is a New World exclusive for the A Rift in Time expansion, meaning players will first have to buy the A Rift in Time expansion to get the Melons.

Once players have access to the Eternity Isle, they need to progress in the main Expansion Quests to repair the bridge during The Sands in Hourglass quest for Jafar. It will allow players to go to the Grasslands, the starting area of Glittering Dunes where they can buy the Melon Seeds from Goofy’s Stall.

However, before players buy the seeds, they will have to fix Goofy’s Stall and upgrade it once. Fixing the stall will cost 4,000 Star Coins and upgrading it once will cost additional 8,000 Star Coins.

Upon unlocking the Melon Seeds at Goofy’s Stall, it will cost 40 Star Coins per seed and it will take 30 minutes for each seed to mature and turn into a Melon. Using the Elixir on the Watering Can will grow the Melon instantly.

The selling price for 1 Melon is 93 Star Coins and you can grow them in large batches easily using the Ancient Gardener.

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