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The trunks of huge fungi are made of either warped stems or crimson stems depending on the type. Huge fungus trunks can be either thick or thin: thick trunks grow up in a 3×3-plus shape, with stray stems sometimes in the corners, while thin trunks grow straight up as a 1×1 column. Trunks grow to be between 4 and 26 blocks tall. Growing around the trunk are "leaves" of nether wart blocks for huge crimson fungi and warped wart blocks for huge warped fungi, up to 4 blocks away from the center of the trunk. The leaves never grow below the trunk. Both variants may have shroomlight generate inside them. Huge crimson fungi may also have weeping vines growing on them.
Huge fungi grow even with blocks above them, and do not replace any solid blocks when grown; however, they do not grow if blocked by the world height limit. Huge fungi can grow up to 27 blocks tall; the maximum space they can take up is 9×27×9 blocks.
Unlike how leaves decay when logs of a tree are removed, nether wart blocks and shroomlight persist even when the stem of the huge fungus is removed. Hoes are the most effective tools at breaking both of these blocks.
|Upcoming Java Edition|
|1.16||20w06a||Added huge crimson and warped fungi.|
|20w09a||Fungi must now be placed on the matching nylium to grow into huge fungi.|
|Upcoming Bedrock Edition|
|1.16.0||beta 22.214.171.124||Added both types of huge fungi.|
A huge crimson fungus generated on netherrack.
A huge warped fungus in the warped forest.
A small huge crimson fungus with a 3x3 stalk that generated on the roof of the Nether.
- "Minecraft Snapshot 20w06a" – Minecraft.net, February 5, 2020
- – "Crimson and Warped trees do not check for empty space when growing" – resolved as "Works as Intended."