In this tutorial, we'll show you how to grow mushrooms in Minecraft. Learn step-by-step how to plant mushrooms and grow them into giant mushrooms!
You can grow both huge brown mushrooms and huge red mushrooms in Minecraft. Let's learn how!
How To Grow Mushrooms Video Tutorial
In this video, watch as we grow a giant red and brown mushroom step-by-step. We also cover where you can find mushrooms, as well.
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Required To Grow Mushrooms
How To Grow Mushrooms In Minecraft
1. Place Down The Podzol Or Mycelium
First, we need to place down a block of podzol and/or mycelium. In our example, we will place down a block of each and grow a red mushroom on one and a brown mushroom on the other.
Be sure you pick a spot that is nice and open, otherwise, the mushrooms will not grow into giant mushrooms. More specifically, the three blocks above the small mushroom being grown must be clear, and a 7×7×3 high area above that must be clear, as well.
2. Plant The Mushrooms
Once you have placed the podzol or mycelium blocks down, plant a small red or brown mushroom on top of the block.
3. Grow Them Into Giant Mushrooms
After planting the mushrooms, it's time to make them grow! With your bonemeal selected, simply tap the mushrooms a few times.
Congrats, you now have a giant mushroom! The height of your mushroom will vary, with most being between 5 and 7 blocks high. There is a ~5% chance that your mushroom will grow to a height of 13 blocks when fed with bonemeal.
Small mushrooms are an important crafting ingredient that can be used to make fermented spider eye, mushroom stew, rabbit stew, and suspicious stew.