Chorus tree

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Chorus tree
Chorus Tree.png

End Highlands

Grows on

End Stone


Chorus Fruit

Consists of
Can generate in
existing chunks

Yes, when a chorus flower is planted on end stone and left to grow.

A chorus tree is a plant-like structure that generates in the outer End islands.


Chorus trees generate on the outer islands of the End, in End highlands. They are formed in tall, coral-like patterns. They are the only source of chorus fruit and chorus flowers. The player can grow a new chorus tree by planting a flower on a block of endstone.


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They consist of chorus plants and chorus flowers. A chorus flower generates at the top of each branch. A branch stops growing, when chorus flower on branch reached age 5, but chorus flower can be harvested and replanted to reset the age, or player can reset chorus flower age by using debug stick.

Data values[edit]


NameNamespaced ID
[No displayed name]chorus_plant


Java Edition
1.9June 22, 2015Jeb reveals chorus flowers on Instagram, with the caption "MINECON 2015 HYPE!"
15w31aAdded chorus trees.
pre1Chorus trees in the top of the world no longer try to grow anymore.
1.1418w43aChorus flowers on chorus tree can now be broken by arrows and tridents.
Pocket Edition
1.0.0alpha chorus trees.
Bedrock Edition
1.10.0beta flowers on the chorus trees can now be broken by arrows.
Legacy Console Edition
TU46CU36 1.38 Patch 151.0.1Added chorus trees.
1.90 Chorus flowers on chorus trees are now broken when struck by an arrow.
New Nintendo 3DS Edition
1.7.10Added chorus trees.


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  • The smallest possible fully-grown chorus tree (assuming the growth is not obstructed) would have 5 chorus plants.
  • According to Jeb in the Ask Mojang midsummer special with Jeb, the chorus plant got its name from the soft sound it was supposed to make when it grew. He stated it was not supposed to actually sound like a chorus, but the idea of a forest of chorus plants created a choir together.

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