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A tree where Pokémon hoard their food (previously called a berry tree) from Sword and Shield

A Berry tree (Japanese: きのみの Fruit tree) is a tree in the overworld on which Berries grow. In Generations II, VI, VII, and VIII, Berries can be collected from trees at fixed locations on a regular basis.

In Generations III, IV, V, VI, and VII, Berries can also be planted in soft soil. In the Hoenn and Sinnoh regions, Berry trees can be found growing when the player first arrives at a location. Once the Berries are picked, another Berry can be planted in the soft soil.

Generation II

In Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, there are a number of Berry trees across the Kanto and Johto regions. The player can harvest one Berry from each tree each day.

In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, these Berry trees are replaced with additional Apricorn trees. Instead, the player can grow their own trees in Berry Pots.

Locations

Location Tree location Berry
Johto
Route 29 Northwest of the northwesternmost grass patch, on a plateau Berry
Route 30 Beside the southern house Berry
West of Mr. Pokémon's house PSNCureBerry
Route 31 Beside the sleeping man Bitter Berry
Violet City Near the exit to Route 32 PRZCureBerry
Route 33 Outside of Union Cave PSNCureBerry
Route 35 Across the small pond MysteryBerry
Route 36 Next to the National Park gate Ice Berry
Route 38 West of the fenced section on the lower middle path Berry
Route 39 Next to Moomoo Farm Mint Berry
Route 43 Across the big lake Bitter Berry
Route 44 Northeast of the Mahogany Town entrance Burnt Berry
Route 45 Near the pond at the south end of the route MysteryBerry
Route 46 West of entrance to Dark Cave PRZCureBerry
West of entrance to Dark Cave Berry
Kanto
Route 1 South of the first ledge on the west side of the route Bitter Berry
Route 2 Middle of the tree maze, in the northeast PSNCureBerry
Pewter City East of the closed Pewter Museum of Science Ice Berry
East of the closed Pewter Museum of Science Mint Berry
Route 8 Northwest of the east terminal PRZCureBerry
Route 11 Northeast corner of the route Berry
Fuchsia City Northern area Burnt Berry
Route 26 North of rest stop Ice Berry

Generation VI

In Pokémon X and Y, there are a number of Berry trees across the Kalos region. The player can find one Berry on the ground in front of each tree every seven days.

Locations

Location Tree location Berry
Route 5 End of a grind rail at the south end of the area where the hill in the middle of the route crests   Oran Berry
Route 6 West side: just west of the center of the area   Aguav Berry
Route 7 Southwest corner of the route   Persim Berry
Route 8 Coastal area: northwest of the Aquarium   Mago Berry
Route 10 First bend in the road north from Cyllage City   Iapapa Berry
Route 11 Near the entrance from Geosenge Town   Sitrus Berry
Route 12 South of the Shalour City Gate   Aspear Berry
Route 14 Northeastern-most branch of the route   Roseli Berry
Route 15 Directly east of the Laverre City Gate   Leppa Berry
Route 16 Southeast of the route   Lum Berry
Route 18 North of the west end of the bridge   Wacan Berry
Route 19 Up the stairs and across the bridge at the end of the swamp area   Yache Berry
Route 20 West from the Snowbelle City entrance   Kasib Berry
Route 21 Far northwest of the route, across the pond   Figy Berry
Route 22 Southeast of the area down the waterfall   Tanga Berry

Generation VII

 
Berry piles with different sizes

In Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, and Ultra Moon, there are a number of Berry trees across the Alola region. Piles of Berries lie beneath the trees, which come in two sizes that are distinct in the overworld: a small pile that yields three random Berries, or a large pile that yields four to five Berries. These piles often attract wild Crabrawler, which will attack anyone trying to take the Berries from their pile.

The first Berry in a large pile is fixed, and some Berries can only be found this way. It is possible to get multiple of the same Berry in a single pile. The pile in the Berry fields can only be a small pile and will never contain a Crabrawler. Piles regenerate every day at midnight, although the player has to leave the area for them to reappear.

Pokémon

Some Berry piles have a Crabrawler hiding in them, which the player must defeat or catch in order to collect the Berries. If the player runs from or loses to the Crabrawler, it will remain in the Berry pile—the player cannot collect the Berries until they defeat or catch the Crabrawler.

In large piles, there will always be a Crabrawler; small piles only occasionally have Crabrawler. High-level Crabrawler hide in large piles, whereas low-level Crabrawler hide in small piles.

Locations

Location Tree location Big pile Berry Regular Berries
Berry fields On the north side, between the entrance and house N/A   
Route 2 North of the Pokémon Center   Sitrus Berry     
Route 3 South of the bridge, near the Route 1 entrance   Sitrus Berry      
Route 4 East of the Paniola Town entrance   Lum Berry       
Route 5 Southwest of the Pokémon Center   Lum Berry     
Route 8 At the northwest corner of the route   Lum Berry       
Route 10 In the center of the route, on the north side of the path   Kee Berry       
Ula'ula Beach Northeast end of the beach   Apicot Berry     
Route 16 West of the Pokémon Center   Lum Berry      
Route 17 Northeast of the Po Town entrance   Ganlon Berry      
Poni Wilds Northwest tip of the route   Salac Berry       
North side of the route, directly opposite the Seafolk Village entrance   Petaya Berry       
On an elevated tier in northeast of the route   Liechi Berry       
Poni Plains On the west side of the route, down a ledge   Maranga Berry       

Generation VIII

In Pokémon Sword and Shield, there are a number of trees where Pokémon hoard their food (Berry trees prior to version 1.2.0) across the Galar region. The player can shake the tree to get one to three items from a tree. After the player shakes a tree, the leaves will either remain still, start shaking somewhat, or shake violently. If the player continues to shake the tree once the leaves have begun to shake violently, there is a chance that a Pokémon will attack the player and nearby Pokémon will steal either all of the items of one variety or all of the fallen items. After the items are harvested or a Pokémon attacks, the tree can no longer be shaken until the next day. Trees in the North Wild Area may also drop Leftovers in addition to Berries, while trees on the mainland of the Isle of Armor and around Ballimere Lake in the Crown Tundra may also drop Apricorns, with the trees in Forest of Focus having chances to drop every variety of Apricorn, and only one kind of Berry.

Pokémon

Depending on the tree, Skwovet, Greedent, or Cherubi may attack the player. Trees in the Isle of Armor additionally have Applin appear, with Emolga having a chance to appear in Forest of Focus and Flapple or Appletun having a chance to appear in Stepping-Stone Sea, depending on the version. Trees around Ballimere Lake additionally have a chance for Munchlax to appear.

Locations

Main Galar Region
Location Tree location       Possible items
Rolling Fields Northwest of the Meetup Spot entrance 80% 20%    
Near the Dappled Grove border against the lake     
Dappled Grove Along the cliff wall to the south of the Watt Trader 70% 30%     
Along the cliff wall to the north of the Watt Trader      
Between a tree and the lake shore near the Watchtower Ruins border      
Between two trees near the Watchtower Ruins border      
Watchtower Ruins Against the ruined tower 50% 50%       
Axew's Eye Near the tree 75% 25%       
Giant's Seat Next to a patch of grass against the southwest side of the large monolith 70% 30%       
North Lake Miloch Between a patch of grass and the riverbank 50% 50%      
Route 3 On the southern fork above the Trainer Tips sign 80% 20%     
Motostoke Riverbank In the southeast corner of the area 50% 35% 15%       
In the west of the area, in a corner of the Motostoke wall        
Bridge Field Across the pool of water 75% 25%        
Between two pillars in the middle of the overpass at the Stony Wilderness border, left       
Between two pillars in the middle of the overpass at the Stony Wilderness border, center       
Between two pillars in the middle of the overpass at the Stony Wilderness border, right       
Route 4 South of the southeast paddock 100%     
Route 5 West of the bridge, in the southwest of the west side of the route, in a clearing 100%     
Giant's Mirror Northwest side of the pool of water 75% 25%        
Giant's Cap On the top of a cliff on the west side of the area, in a clearing behind a field of tall grass 75% 25%       
Hammerlocke Hills By the cliff southwest of the entrance to Hammerlocke 75% 25%       
By the west cliff overlooking Lake of Outrage       
Lake of Outrage By a tree near the cliff on the northeast side of the area 95% 5%        
Route 6 In the east near Backpacker Ruth 100%     
Route 7 West of the bridge, south of western end of the bridge 100%        
West of the bridge, west of the Route 8 entrance 100%      
Route 9 Outer Spikemuth, north of the Route 9 Tunnel entrance 100%      
Circhester Bay, on the southeast island 100%      


Isle of Armor
Location Tree location           Possible items
Fields of Honor Near the Armor Station 70% 30%      
On the coast west of the Armor Station      
By the western boulder      
Next to the Master Dojo       
Soothing Wetlands Near the Fields of Honor 70% 30%    
West of the arch-shaped pond    
East of the arch-shaped pond    
End of riverside, next to Courageous Cavern entrance    
Forest of Focus* Close to Soothing Wetlands* 60% 30% 10%         
In a dead end, west of the southern pond*
In a dead end, east of the southern pond*
Close to Challenge Beach*
Middle of northern side of the river*
In a dead end, close to easternmost bridge*
Close to Training Lowlands*
Challenge Beach Between two patches of tall grass 70% 30%    
Opposite end of beach from Tower of Waters    
Loop Lagoon On the island, on a cliff next to a Pokémon Den 70% 30%  
Training Lowlands Next to Brawler's Cave 70% 30%    
Across the river on a stretch of land next to an island with a Pokémon Den  
Workout Sea On the major island, next to a rock 70% 30%  
On a beach near the Rotom island  
Stepping-Stone Sea On the large island, next to the tree closest to the Tower of Waters 60% 30% 10%Sw 10%Sh  
Insular Sea On the big island, on the beach closest to the Tower of Waters 70% 30%  


Crown Tundra
Location Tree location       Possible items
Slippery Slope Near Crown Tundra Station 70% 30%     
Frostpoint Field Near Giant's Bed, behind a field of tall grass 70% 30%      
Giant's Bed Next to Iron Ruins 80% 20%      
On an island on the upper shelf       
Inside a ruined house on the upper shelf       
By the river leading to Ballimere Lake        
Giant's Foot On the Giant's Bed side of the river, against the cliff side 80% 20%    
By a ruined house on the Giant's Bed side of the river    
On the side of the river opposite Giant's Bed, against the cliff face    
Within a ruined house on the river side opposite Giant's Bed    
Ballimere Lake Within a ring of tall grass next to the river from Giant's Bed 60% 30% 10%   
By the western ramp into the lake   
Counter-clockwise around the lake from the river to Giant's Bed     
Inside a ring of tall grass on the western side of the lake   
By some ruined houses on the southwestern cliff     
By a ramp along the path to Spiritomb's gravestone       
On the path to Spiritomb's gravestone, surrounded by tall grass   
By the eastern ramp into the lake     
By the upper entrance to Lakeside Cave   
By the lower entrance to Lakeside Cave   

Appearance

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 樹果的樹 Syuhgwó-dīk Syuh
Mandarin 樹果的樹 / 树果的树 Shùguǒ-de Shù
  French Arbre à Baies
  German Beerenbaum
  Italian Albero di bacche
  Korean 나무열매나무 Namu Yeolmae Namu
  Spanish Árbol de bayas


See also


  This Pokémon article is part of Project BerryDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Berry in the Pokémon series.
  This article is part of Project Locations, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on every location in the Pokémon world.