In Stardew Valley, players can experience the joys of rural life, build relationships, and explore the game world. With patch 1.5, you’ll also be able to travel to a tropical paradise called Ginger Island, where you’ll find palm trees, sand and golden nuts. Golden Nuts are an in-game currency that you can use to trade with parrots in exchange for their fast travel services. If you can find 10, that is. Luckily for you, a parrot inside Leo’s cabin will share daily clues on where you can find these nuts. It’s all fun and games until he shouts that one of them is “too close” to you.
The “very close bulge” suggestion in Stardew Valley
Most parrot clues are straightforward, but this one could be clearer. This confuses most players as they have never found a Golden Nut inside Ginger Island until now. It’s like that! You can get this golden walnut from Leo’s cabin. All you have to do is stand in front of the palm tree inside Leo’s cabin and swing your ax a few times. Of course, the number of times you have to hit the tree depends on your ax level, but one thing is certain: a golden nut will sooner or later fall from the tree.
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The parrot says, “he’s bulging close” because of a bulge in the tree next to him. Once cut, you will release the palm from its bulge so that it looks like a normal tropical tree again. But above all, it will add one more Golden Walnut to your collection. There are 130 Golden Nuts on Ginger Island, and the Clue Parrot will help you get 123, with a hint each day. So grab your backpack and get ready to fill it with all the golden nuts you can find!