Dripleaves are unique plants that grow in Minecraft's Lush Caves biome. They consist of both Big and Small Dripleaves. Although they aren't part of any recipe, their appearance can create an aesthetic similar to Lily Pads. The Dripleaf's main appeal is its ability to create parkour structures in Minecraft.
The Big Dripleaf, which is the leaf at the top of the plant, and the Small Dripleaf the stem. A Big Dripleaf leaflet supports the weight of an entity, such as a player, until it collapses. It will then recover itself in a few seconds and allow characters to jump onto it again. The number of crumples a block can be made is unlimited. Players can also use it indefinitely. Redstone can be used to prevent a Big Dripleaf leaflet from tipping over. Redstone is able to keep Dripleaf leaflets from collapsing. This applies only to the Big Dripleaf, and not to the Small Dripleaf or "stem".
Visit the Lush Caves biome within Minecraft to obtain Dripleaves. Lush Caves are a sub-tropical Overworld cavern biome that generates below Y=0 to 64. It is possible to stumble upon a cave system while digging in a mine. However, it is best to search for Azalea trees to locate one. Although it looks similar to an Oak Tree, Azalea stands out because of its small pink flowers and yellowish-green colored leaves. Once they spot one, players can dig beneath the soil to find a Lush Cave.
The best place to look for Dripleaves in a Lush Cave is near water pools. Small Dripleaves can either grow naturally or be added to Clay or Moss Blocks in Minecraft. They can also be grown on underwater Dirt-related blocks. Big Dripleaves, on the other hand, can only grow to a single block in height but they can be placed on any surface.
You can also exchange Emeralds with Wandering Traders to obtain Small Dripleaves. This bargain is not guaranteed to occur. Players can use Bonemeal to increase the height of their plants once they have obtained Big and Small Dripleaves. Bonemeal can be used to increase the height of Big Dripleaves, which naturally grow to one block per surface.