Disney Dreamlight Valley Farm Hardwood Fast

If you want to know how to farm Hardwood fast in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you’ve come to the right place. There is a method you can use to gather large amounts of Hardwood quickly and efficiently. It does take some doing, but it’s worth the effort, since it allows you to obtain about 100 Hardwood in two hours or so. In this guide, we are going to walk you through the entire process.

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disney dreamlight valley farm hardwood fast
Disney Dreamlight Valley Farm Hardwood Fast

How to Farm Hardwood Fast in Disney Dreamlight Valley

To farm Hardwood fast in Disney Dreamlight Valley, you have to go through a number of steps. First off, you need to unlock Forest of Valor, Glades of Trust and Frosted Heights. Next, you have to go into the Furniture tab in your inventory. Use the “Remove” function to get rid of every single tree in each biome. Don’t worry, they’ll go to the Furniture inventory, and you can put them all back later, if you want. However, make sure to pluck out every single tree in order for this to work. Next, plant ten trees from the Plaza in every one of those biomes, with a three-space gap between every tree. If you’ve done everything correctly, the trees will drop Hardwood approximately every fifteen minutes. Again, it is a long way to go, but it’s faster than the usual route.

And there you have it, that’s how you Hardwood fast in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Big props to Reddit user riseinflame for figuring it out. Apparently, palm trees are also a really good source of Hardwood, so that’s something to keep in mind. However, we don’t know if this trick will work with them. We are certain that the Plaza trees work like a charm. Of course, you can always do it the “right” way, by finding dark-brown piles of sticks under trees in Forest of Valor, Glade of Trust, Forgotten Lands, Sunlit Plateau or Frosted Heights.

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