The fruit can be harvested by breaking the leaves of.
It's a new change, yes; leaf blocks have a chance of dropping sticks, alongside the usual saplings and sometimes apples. 40 rowsbeta Sticks can now be used to craft barrels, grindstones, and campfires. Leaves Rarity color: Common. Dead bushes drop 0–2 sticks when broken without shears, or when the block below it is removed. When shears are used, a dead bush drops itself.
In Legacy Console Edition, dead bushes always drop 1 Luminant: No. This jungle tree cannot grow because of the red wool block (looking from the northwestern corner) Trees are created when chunks are generated, and can also be grown from saplings.
Tree saplings have a 1 ⁄ 20 chance (1 ⁄ 40 if they are jungle saplings) of dropping from leaf blocks when they decay or are destroyed. There are six species of saplings, corresponding to the six main trees: oak, birch, spruce. Common drops may appear at the location of a mob at the moment it receives fatal damage. Most mobs have certain items that they may drop when killed. Some common drops, such as leather, don't always drop, but have a large chance (at least 50%, depending on the drop range) to do so.
Jungle leaves drop saplings % (1 ⁄ 40) of the time. Oak and dark oak leaves also have a separate but additional % (1 ⁄ ) chance of dropping an apple, making it extremely rare but possible for a single leaf to drop a sapling along with an apple. Rates are increased by the Fortune enchantment. Vanilla Trees . There are six types of trees found in Vanilla Minecraft: Oak The most common tree found in vanilla Minecraft is the Oak Tree. They can grow in four main varieties: the standard small tree; a large, multi branched tree; a swamp variety that can be found with vines growing from its canopy; and a small bush variety, usually consisting of one oak log block surrounded by leaves.