5 best seeds for Minecraft jungle temples
Jungle temples are among the many structures in Minecraft that have valuable loot for a gamer to find.
Of course, jungle temples in Minecraft are only found within jungle biomes. While they feature redstone traps that a player must navigate through, they are usually well worth the journey thanks to the loot within the structure.
Many Minecraft players purposely input specific seeds when generating a new world in order to reap the various benefits from a certain seed’s natural generation. This article features a collection of great Minecraft seeds for those in search of great spots for jungle temples.
5 awesome Minecraft seeds for jungle temples
#5 – Two temples, two villages
MinecraftSeedsEveryday on YouTube is a great source of incredible Minecraft seeds of all kinds, and they have discovered this awesome jungle temple seed.
This seed spawns players in a huge jungle biome. In it, gamers will find two different jungle temples, one of them being right near the spawn point, the other being directly next to a village. There is even another village not too far from that one.
Not only is the terrain beautiful in this seed, there is also a large amount of loot waiting to be collected between the two temples and the two villages. The coordinates of these great structures are featured in the video above.
#4 – Stronghold jungle temple
This is yet another seed found by MinecraftSeedsEveryday with some incredible world generation.
In this seed, there is a village and ruined portal not too far from spawn where players can start off with some great loot. Then, after traveling a bit farther, gamers will find a massive jungle biome that bleeds into a dark oak biome with yet another village.
However, these awesome features are not even the best part of this seed.
Within the jungle biome is a jungle temple, and almost directly underneath it is a stronghold. Not only is it the stronghold right there, but the end portal room itself is the closest part of the stronghold to the jungle temple.
This lucky seed was found on Minecraft Java Edition 1.16.5.
#3 – Almost Oasis
Discovered by mooing_cowmilk on YouTube, this seed has a rare and lucky spawn: right next to a jungle temple. The temple itself is within a small but sizable jungle biome surrounded by nearly nothing but desert for hundreds, perhaps thousands of blocks in every direction.
This wild world generation makes for some breathtaking visuals and is perfect for players who are eager to attempt a survival world with little salvation. Those who wish to take on the challenge of this seed in survival will have to utilize the jungle biome and its temple as their main source of materials.
This seed should work on Minecraft versions 1.13 and beyond, with the exception of 1.15 as the temple seemingly does not spawn with that update.
#2 – Temple Island
This seed discovered by BIGnoob on YouTube will spawn players on or near an incredible, secluded jungle biome island. Not only are there two jungle temples within the island, there is also a ruined portal and a shipwreck in the nearby ocean, all of which with amazing loot.
The video above showcases the coordinates of where to find these awesome places. Given the seclusion of the island, some very interesting lore regarding these abandoned structures can be integrated into a world with this seed implemented.
#1 – Lucky Loot
Coords: -1353 78 -3513
This seed was discovered by Reddit user Toktopuss on the newest version of Minecraft 1.17.1. This user felt inclined to share this discovery after stumbling upon what is perhaps the rarest find in a jungle temple loot chest ever.
The jungle temple on this seed provides players with incredibly valuable items, including six diamonds, three emeralds, and iron horse armor.
What’s more, there are also at least two other jungle temples to be discovered within the very biome that this one was found.
Shirley Temple Peony
To determine if a plant is sufficiently cold hardy, the USDA created numbered zones indicating winter low temperatures; the lower the zone number the colder the winter.
- If the coldest winter temperature expected in your area is -15°F (zone 5) then any plants rated zones 3-5 will survive the winter temperatures in your area.
- If you live in very warm winter areas (zones 9-11) plants with zones 3-4 ratings are not recommended. The lack of freezing winter temperatures do not provide a time for winter dormancy (rest).
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32-36″ tall x 24-36″ wide. A profusion of loosely-packed petals fills the blousy blooms of ‘Shirley Temple’ making her the star of the early summer garden. Peonies are a classic component of cottage-style plantings and perennial borders. Bold and vibrant foliage provides a shift in color through the seasons and structure when not in bloom. Peony flowers are beloved by pollinators. Expect bees and butterflies to visit. Delightfully fragrant, the flowers stand atop strong stems and are excellent for cutting. Low maintenance and virtually pest free, peonies are resistant to deer and rabbit browsing. Blooms stand up to heavy rains. Peonies can live up to 100 years, choose a sunny place where you can leave ‘Shirley Temple’ to flourish for years to come. Peonies do not need dividing.
Growing Peonies: If you live where peonies grow, its the same every year in late spring. Certain homes have them in beds, borders, along drives–and anywhere they grow, they create probably the most beautiful clump of flowering of the whole season. Big, usually fluffy flowers in glossy green foliage.
Perennial peonies are what experienced gardeners call investment plants. They’re some of the most permanent landscaping you can buy. In fact, many continue blooming beautifully for over 100 years. Once they’re established, they’re as hardy and dependable as oaks, creating a fantastic season of bloom in your yard year after year.
Planting Peonies Adding peonies to your garden is not difficult. All you need is full sun and good soil. (In even partial shade, the bloom will be scant or non-existent–keep them out in the sun!) As most gardeners know, the roots look like a bunch of carrots–thick long tapering tuber-like masses that increase every year. Feed them, water them, and the clumps will expand rapidly, and more and more blooms will result.
Types of peonies: The standard perennial peony species is Paeonia lactiflora but within the species, there are thousands of hybrids old and new. And there are several flower types:
Single Peonies are the huge, wide-open ones with just one row of overlapping petals. Like huge poppies, they create dinnerplate-size beauty that’s really unmatched in the garden. The singles are less frequently seen in American gardens because of our passion for petals-people just prefer the doubles. One of the most famous singles is the breathtaking Krinkled White, an old classic and still a big favorite.
Japanese Peonies, not to be confused with Tree Peonies which often come from Japan, is a flower form somewhat similar to the singles, but with a more elaborate center. A great example is the big favorite, stunning Bowl of Beauty, with glistening cherry red petals petals plus fluffy yellow center, creating spectacular color contrast.
Semi-double Peonies are just that. They have the basic bottom row of large petals seen on the singles (often called the guard petals), but on top, there are more shorter petals, developing from the center. A great example is the beautiful red Edulis Superba.
Bomb Peonies are the ones with the guard petals flat and large, with a pile of petaling sitting upon them-sort of like a fluffly snowball sitting on a plate. Some of the most-loved and dramatic peonies are bombs including the magnificent Laura Dessert and the dramatic Raspberry Sundae As these two illustrate, there are bombs of various shapes and sizes. With Raspberry Sundae, the large bomb not only adds size and height, it gives the overall bloom a stunning palette of three colors-white guard petals, a collar of yellow, and then pastel pink making up the center. In Laura Dessert, the coloring is all white, with a hint of lemon yellow in the bomb.
Double Peonies are probably the most popular, and the most widely planted. Excellent examples are the famous Victorian introduction, Festiva Maxima with its snowy white flowers with red flecks, and Sarah Bernhardt, the all-time popular double pink with huge flowers and great fragrance. Other popular doubles are the red Karl Rosenfield and white Shirley Temple.
There’s really no end to a gardeners pleasure with peonies. They’re all good for cutting. The foliage stays glossy and green all summer long, and they attract almost no pests. (Don’t confuse the standard perennial peony with the Tree Peony, a separate group. Tree Peonies are more shrub like, and don’t die down completely each winter.)