For all that, can you farm sweet berries in Minecraft?
Sweet berries grow on sweet berry bushes and will eventually replenish after being harvested, making it possible to farm them. Automatic farms allow the player to get a large amount of sweet berries without needing to harvest them manually.
One way or the other, how do you get sweet berries in Minecraft Creative?
As it, can you grow sweet berries?
The Sweet Berries can then be grown similar to saplings if you'd like to make more of it. It can be grown within a grass block; dirt, podzol, coarse dirt or farmland. ... A single bush will drop one to two berries at its third stage of growth and two to three when fully grown.
Simply place the glow berries on the underside of a block—the cave vines that they produce grow downwards—and watch them flourish. Cave vines only have a 1 in 9 chance of producing glow berries but using bonemeal will guarantee a yield.
Sweet Berry bushes are commonly found in all variants of the Taiga biome, including the Snowy Taiga variants. Each Taiga biome chunk has a 1/12 chance of spawning a Sweet Berry bush. Sweet Berries can also be found inside Taiga Villages, especially inside of the normal house chests.
Glow Berries grow on a plant called Cave Vines, but at this time, Cave Vines don't spawn naturally in worlds. This means players won't be able to find the Glow Berries out in the wild. Instead, they will need to explore within the Abandoned Mineshafts until they come across a chest containing one.
Just like sweet berries, glow berries will restore two hunger points. They can also be used as compost. Using glow berries on a composter has a 30% chance to raise the compost level by 1. Given their current rarity, it's a bit of a waste to use them as food or compost though.
If you venture out into an abandoned mineshaft, there's a decent chance you can find Glow Berries inside the treasure chests. It's a roughly one in three chance that a chest will contain Glow Berries, so keep an eye out for this rare food type as you wait for the 1.18 update.
Normally you can eat food even if you're highlighting a block. With Sweet Berries it's understandable because the game has to place berry bushes, but with other plantable foods such as carrots/potatos you also can't eat them unless you look at the sky for example.
If you want to find the Lush Caves for yourself, you'll want to walk around the surface until you find one of the new azalea trees. They are quite short bush-like trees with distinctive lilac flowers on the leaf blocks. The dirt blocks underneath them is also unique in that it has roots growing through them.
Lush caves are caves filled with underground growth. These beautiful caves are currently only part of experimental mode, and they can't be found in normal seeds in Minecraft just yet. These jungle-like caves can to be generated in the update 1.17 in the Java Edition and in some editions of Bedrock.