Introduced in Minecraft’s 1.17 Caves & Cliffs update, dripleaf is one of many pieces of new foliage introduced with their home- the lush cave biome. There are two types of…

Introduced in Minecraft’s 1.17 Caves & Cliffs update, dripleaf is one of many pieces of new foliage introduced with their home- the lush cave biome.

How to get Dripleaf in Minecraft

There are two types of drip leaf, small and large. How do get them? The following article will guide you on how to get Dripleaf in Minecraft. Follow along!

guide you on how to get Dripleaf in Minecraft

How to get Dripleaf in Survival Mode.

Find a Dropleaf.

First, you need to find a Dropleaf in your Minecraft world. It is commonly found in the Lush Caves biome.

Find a Dropleaf

Breaking Dropleaf

The game controls to break Dropleaf depend on the Minecraft version:

  • For Java Version (PC/Mac), left- click and hold on the large page.
  • For Pocket Edition (PE), you touch and hold the large sheet of paper.
  • For Xbox One, press and hold the RT button on the Xbox controller.
  • For PS4, press and hold the R2 button on the PS controller.
  • For Nintendo Switch, press and hold the ZR button on the controller.
  • For Windows 10 Edition, left- click and hold on the large page.
  • For the Education Edition, left- click and hold on the large page.

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Dropleaf will break and smaller leaves will float on the ground.

Breaking Dropleaf in Minecraft Breaking Dropleaf in Minecraft

Pick up Dripleaf

Make sure you pick up the little leaf before it disappears.

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After you pick them up, they will appear on your Hotbar.

With the above simple steps, you have your own Dropleaf and used it for different purposes in Minecraft. Have fun playing the game!


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Minecraft is a sandbox video game developed by Mojang Studios. The game was created by Markus "Notch" Persson in the Java programming language. Following several early private testing versions, it was first made public in May 2009 before fully releasing in November 2011, with Notch stepping down and Jens "Jeb" Bergensten taking over development.