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The acacia tree is found in the savanna biome. Acacia trees are around 8 blocks tall and feature distinct diagonal trunks, and may occasionally have multiple canopies.
The way the tree forms is distinct. Acacia tree branches do not grow the same way as on other multi-branch trees (dark oak and giant jungle trees). Some acacia trees have many straight logs and a curve at the top, some at the bottom, and some curve from bottom to top. Typically, the canopy consists of just two layers of leaves, sometimes three. Three types of acacia can be found in the game:
- The common acacia tree, which has a diagonal trunk and a single canopy.
- The multi-canopy acacia, where the trunk forks around the middle of the plant and each end ends in a canopy.
- Another form of multi-canopy acacia tree, where a straight trunk is topped with a small canopy, out of which grows additional trunk ending in a second, higher canopy. These trees often grow taller than the common acacia tree.
Acacia trees spawn naturally only in the Savanna biome.
Blocks and items
These items can be obtained from all variants of acacia:
- Acacia Leaves (harvested with shears)
- Acacia Log (harvested with any tool including hands)
- Acacia Planks (created from a log in the inventory crafting grid)
- Acacia Sapling (1⁄20 chance of dropping when leaves decay or are broken)
- Stripped Acacia Log (created by using an axe on a log)
- Stick (chance of dropping when breaking leaves)
Acacia saplings can be planted on:
- Grass Block
- Coarse Dirt
- Rooted Dirt
- Moss Block
- Farmland[Java Edition only][verify]
- Mud[upcoming: JE 1.19]
An acacia tree requires a 3×3 column of unobstructed space at least 6 blocks above the sapling (7 blocks including the sapling itself). Additionally, the tree requires 5×5 layers without obstruction for the top 3 layers of its final height. No horizontal clearance is needed at the base of the tree (a sapling planted in a hole 1 block deep can still grow).
Depending on where the tree generates, the color of the leaves may differ. For example, if an acacia tree is in a colder biome, such as a taiga or mountains biome, it has a blue-green hue.
Leaves are checked individually for biome coloration rather than as part of a larger tree; as such, trees that were grown between biomes usually have multiple shades on each side.
|1.7.2||13w36a||Mega spruce trees, dark oak trees, and acacia trees added. These trees borrowed other trees' leaves and wood.|
|13w43a||Acacia and roofed oak now have their own wood, leaves and sapling variants. Note that acacia and roofed oak trees generated prior to this snapshot remain unchanged.|
|1.15||19w41a||The tops of large acacia canopies are now plus shaped.|
|19w45a||The tops of large acacia canopies are now again a rotated square.|
|Legacy Console Edition|
|TU27||CU15||1.18||Patch 1||1.0.1||Added dark oak and acacia wood, but without their own leaves or saplings.|
|TU31||CU19||1.22||Patch 3||Added dark oak and acacia saplings.|
- In real life, Acacia is a genus of tree.
- The acacia sapling's color is different from the fully grown tree, as acacia bark is gray while the sapling's bark is brownish orange like the interior of the grown tree’s log.