Minecraft Cherry Blossom Biome: Everything You Need to Know
The Cherry Blossom Biome is coming to Minecraft as part of update 1.20 later this year but you can already experience it in the Preview / Beta versions of the game. The new biome will be added to the retail version of Minecraft in the 1.20 update but players can check it out right now in the beta version of Minecraft. In case you want to try out the new features, you can check out our guide to installing the beta and preview versions of Minecraft Here is everything we know about the Cherry Blossom Biome in Minecraft.
Cherry Blossom Grove Overview
The Cherry Blossom Groves are forests that consist of white and pink Cherry Trees. The trees in the new biome are reasonably placed and there is room for flowers like daffodils, peonies, and lilacs across the valley.
The mobs available in the biome include sheep, pigs, and bees that are drawn to the area. The cherry tree can be broken down into a full wood set as well as crafted into the new hanging sign that is also coming in Minecraft 1.20. You can also find cherry tree saplings in the biome, so you can plant them wherever you want.
Bamboo Groves are a sub-biome of Cherry Blossom Groves that contain lots of bamboo but less cherry trees. They are slightly rarer than the regular biome. Cherry Blossom trees cannot be lit on fire with a flint and steel if your game is on version 1.8 or earlier.
Cherry Blossom GroveBiome ID
Here are the biome IDs for the Cherry Blossom Grove
Biome ID Number: 50 (1.16.20 )
Currently, the Cherry Blossom Biome is not accessible in the version 1.19 retail version. You can turn on experimental features and install the preview versions of Minecraft to check out the new biome. The new biome will be available as part of the Minecraft 1.20 update which will be available later this year.