Sandy Stardew Valley – Schedules, Gifts, Relationship, Likes and Dislikes

Ruby McKenzie
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Sandy is a villager in the Calico Desert, where she owns and operates the Oasis store. Players will not be able to speak with her until they have completed the vault package or purchased “Bus” for 40,000g using the Joja Community Development Form.


BirthdayFall 15
Lives inDesert
Best GiftsDaffodil, Sweat Pea, Crocus and Mango Sticky Rice

Schedules of Stardew Valley Sandy

Sandy never leaves the Oasis and may be seen there from 9 a.m. to 11:50 p.m., except on her birthday, September 15. The Oasis is open in the morning on Fall 15, but Sandy leaves at 1pm to go for a walk around the desert with Emily.

Relationships of Stardew Valley’s Sandy

Mr. Qi is allowed to run his casino behind Sandy’s shop. She accepts his money and “looks the other way” with whatever he’s doing back there, despite the fact that they’re clearly not friends. She also states that she is friends with Emily, mentioning that Emily wrote to her about “the new farmer” in town during their first meeting.

Gifts for Stardew Valley’s Sandy

You can offer Sandy up to two gifts per week (plus one on her birthday), depending on whether you want to increase or decrease your friendship with her. Gifts for her birthday (Fall 15) will have an 8 effect and feature a one-of-a-kind conversation.
For loved or liked gifts, Sandy will say

“A birthday gift? That’s very kind of you! I love it.”

“You remembered my birthday! Thank you. This is great!”

For neutral gifts, Sandy will say

“Oh, a birthday gift! Thank you.”

For disliked or hated gifts, Sandy will say

“Oh… It’s for my birthday? … Thanks.”


“Ooo! I absolutely love getting flowers from the valley. I’m so happy!”

Sandy will remark this even if she receives a present that is not a flower.

CrocusA flower that can bloom in the winter.Foraging – Winter
DaffodilA traditional spring flower that makes a nice gift.Foraging – Spring
Mango Sticky RiceSweet mango and coconut transforms this rice into something very special.CookingMango (1), Coconut (1) and Rice (1)
Sweet PeaA fragrant summer flower.Foraging – Summer
* All universal loves


“This looks wonderful. Thanks so much!”

Goat MilkThe milk of a goat.Goats
Large Goat MilkA gallon of creamy goat’s milk.Goats
QuartzA clear crystal commonly found in caves and mines.Foraging – The Mines
WoolSoft, fluffy wool.Sheep, Rabbits
*All Universal Likes
*All Fruit


“This is for me? Thank you!”

ChanterelleA tasty mushroom with a fruity smell and slightly peppery flavor.Foraging – Fall
Common MushroomSlightly nutty, with good texture.Foraging – Fall
DandelionNot the prettiest flower, but the leaves make a good salad.Foraging – Spring
GingerThis sharp, spicy root is said to increase vitality.Foraging – Ginger Island
HazelnutThat’s one big hazelnut!Foraging – Fall
Large MilkA large jug of cow’s milk.Cows
LeekA tasty relative of the onion.Foraging – Spring
Magma CapA very rare mushroom that lives next to pools of lava.Foraging – Volcano Dungeon
MilkA jug of cow’s milk.Cows
MorelSought after for its unique nutty flavor.Foraging – Spring
Purple MushroomA rare mushroom found deep in caves.Foraging – The Mines
Snow YamThis little yam was hiding beneath the snow.Foraging – Winter
Wild HorseradishA spicy root found in the spring.Foraging – Spring
Winter RootA starchy tuber.Winter

Note: Dinosaur Eggs are considered Artifacts rather than Eggs when it comes to giving.


“Oh… Um. Thanks.”

*All Universal Dislikes


sniff …what is it?”

HollyThe leaves and bright red berries make a popular winter decoration.
* All Universal Hates

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