How To Grow Frost Beets In Fae Farm

Most farming games follow the same farming pattern: buy seeds, plant seeds, harvest, and get new seeds for the new season. It’s familiar and simple. Farming in Fae Farm adds a refreshing twist by adding the element of fae magic. You’ll learn about fae magic the more you progress in the game.


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Frost beets are one of the crops that you can eventually harvest if you know how. There are multiple ways to grow these useful blue vegetables, and you’ll be able to pick which farming method works best for you. Use frost beets for food, potions, or to earn florins.


Different Farming Methods For Frost Beets

Fae Farm avatar at the basic homestead farm standing next to a soil bed with frost beets targeted.

Depending upon the farm location you use, there are a couple of different methods to obtain the produce you need in Fae Farm. Additional methods are accessible after you’ve grown and harvested your first frost beet crops.

Methods will vary depending on whether you are using turnips, or whether you are trying to grow frost beet seeds.

Use the turnip method if you’ve never harvested frost beets or if you used all your frost beets.

The methods to obtain frost beets are listed below:

Farm Area

Ingredients

Soil Bed

Season

Homestead (First Farm)

  • Turnip Seeds
  • Magic Swap Fertilizer

Any

Homestead

  • Fae Soil Bed
  • Basic Soil Bed

Any

Fae Acres

  • Turnip Seeds
  • Magic Swap Fertilizer
  • Basic Soil Bed
  • Fae Soil Bed

Any

Fae Acres

  • Basic Soil Bed
  • Fae Soil Bed

Any

Frozen Farm

  • Turnip Seeds
  • Magic Swap Fertilizer

Any

Frozen Farm

Any

The easiest way to ensure you get frost beets, no matter which farm plot you’re using, is to use the Fae Soil Beds.

For your first frost beet harvest, you’ll have better results if you plant turnips in the Fae Acres farming plot.

Magic Swap Fertilizer doesn’t guarantee the crop will mutate, so you’ll definitely want to plant multiple turnips and treat them with the fertilizer to ensure you get enough.

The Magic Swap Fertilizer is more effective on the Fae Acres farming plot, so you have a much better chance of turning all your turnips to frost beets.

Don’t worry if only a couple of sprouts seem to turn into frost beets at first. As the days progress, more turnips should turn into frost beets, especially if you planted them at Fae Acres.

If you don’t have enough resources to make the Fae Soil Beds, you can use the Basic Soil Beds, but you need to plant them at the Fae Acres farm location and use the Magic Swap Fertilizer.

Turnip seeds can be purchased from Holly in town near your original homestead or from Asphodel near your Fae Acres farming plot.

Using The Garden Bench To Get Frost Beet Seeds

Fae Farm Garden Bench menu showing Frost Beet seeds selected for crafting.

Once you’ve progressed enough to grow your first crop of frost beets, you can save them to make frost beet seeds. Each frost beet will yield three packets of seeds.

You won’t be able to purchase frost beet seeds even after you’ve successfully grown and harvested some. I

It’s up to you whether you want to save some frost beets to make more seeds or purchase turnips and use Magic Swap Fertilizer to get more.

You can craft Magic Swap Fertilizer using the garden bench to save on florins.

How To Use Frost Beets

Fae Farm avatar standing near a Potion Ingredient Station used to process frost beets and other items.

There are many things you can do with frost beets. One of the most important things you can use them for is to create potions.

Using one frost beet in a Potion Ingredients Station gives you three frosty beet bits. Frosty beet bits are used in the following potions:

  • Medium Healing Potion
  • Large Healing Potion
  • Large Fireproof Potion
  • Small Bubble Potion
  • Medium Bubble Potion
  • Large Bubble Potion

If you plan to sell the frost beets, they’ll sell for 28 florins apiece. Turnips sell for 20 apiece, so it will get you a few more florins per item, but if you have to purchase your Magic Swap Fertilizer it might be best to sell the turnips without worrying about turning them into frost beets.

In addition to potions and selling for florins, you can use frost beets in cooking. Regular turnips processed in a Food Prep Table yield two diced roots. One frost beet, however, yields four diced roots.

Whatever you decide to do with your frost beets, there are plenty of valuable uses for them. It’s most economical to save enough frost beets and craft the seeds at your Garden Bench, along with crafting your own Magic Swap Fertilizer.

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