Soil is a common Crafting Material in Disney Dreamlight Valley that is not too hard to obtain.
You can craft all sorts of decorative items with the Soil, and more importantly, the Crafting Material also serves as a quest item, making it mandatory if you want to complete certain quests.
Just in case you are struggling with this Crafting Material, we’ve prepared the guide below, where we will explain everything you need to know about Soil in Disney Dreamlight Valley.
How To Get Soil In Disney Dreamlight Valley
The method in which you obtain this Crafting Material is quite straightforward.
All you have to do is dig it out of the ground in the following areas:
- Peaceful Meadow
- Forest of Valor
- Glade of Trust
- Sunlit Plateau
- Frosted Heights
- Forgotten Lands
Of course, you can only do this with your Shovel, so equip it (press RT on your Xbox controller), head to one of the Biomes mentioned above, and start digging (press X also on your Xbox).
The Soil is not guaranteed to drop, but you have a big chance with each hole you dig.
To have a chance of doubling the resources you find while digging, you should bring along a companion specialized in digging, preferably the one with the highest level.
Also, try to focus on the Plaza, Peaceful Meadow, and Forest of Valor areas because the chances of getting Soil here are bigger.
How To Use The Soil
Now that you’ve learned how to obtain the Crafting Material, you must make use of it.
So, below you have a list of quests in which the Material is mandatory:
- Village Project The Garden – Wall-E’s quest in which you have to build a garden will require 33 units
- The Dreamlight Fountain – Donald’s last friendship quest for the Early Access version of the game requires 18 units
- My Kingdom For A Scroll – is the first friendship quest from Mother Gothel, and it requires 30 units
Crafting Recipes Based On Soil
You can also use this Crafting Material to customize your house and the Village.
So, here are some Disney Dreamlight Valley Crafting Recipes that will help you do the renovation. Note that the Recipes either require Soil directly or other items based on it.
|Crafting Recipe Name||Required Soil|
|Loose Gravel Path||1|
|Sinister Brick Road||1|
|Sun-Baked Earthern Road||1|
|Broken Pillar Base||25|
|Broken Carved Pillar Base||25|
|Low Sculpted Pillar||25|
|Mossy Circle-Carving Stone||25|
|Mossy Eye-Carving Stone||25|
|Mossy Fallen Pillar||25|
|Rectangular Soil Area||8|
|Round Soil Area||5|
|Bromeliad and Marsh Milkweed Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Daisy and Marsh Milkweed Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Dandelion and Rising Penstemon Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Falling Penstemon and Bell Flower Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Hydrangea and Bell Flower Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Impatiens and Bromeliad Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Nasturtium and Marsh Milkweed Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Passion Lily and Houseleek Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Red and Black Passion Lily Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Star Lily and Falling Penstemon Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Sunflower and Daisy Pot||1 Flower Pot|
|Pink and Blue Flower Disk||1 Round Area|
|Pink, Blue and Purple Flower Rectangle||1 Rectangular Area|
|Pink, Red and Purple Flower Rectangle||1 Rectangular Area|
|Pink, Yellow and Black Flower Disk||1 Round Area|
|Purple, Pink and Yellow Flower Disk||1 Round Area|
|Red and Yellow Flower Disk||1 Round Area|
|Red, Blue and Green Flower Rectangle||1 Rectangular Area|
|Red, White and Purple Flower Rectangle||1 Rectangular Area|
|White, Red and Purple Flower Disk||1 Round Area|
|Yellow and White Flower Rectangle||1 Rectangular Area|
|Yellow, Green and Purple Flower Rectangle||1 Rectangular Area|
|Yellow, Red and Blue Flower Disk||1 Round Area|
As you can see, you can get much use of this Crafting Material, and if you just have too much, you can sell it for 3 Star Coins a piece at one of Goofy’s Stalls.
And we’re done! You’ve learned how to obtain the Disney Dreamlight Valley Soil and for what you can use it. Feel free to comment below if you have any questions.