Mushrooms and Fungi OH My!

Have been crisscrossing the country.

Returned home to a pleasant, moist, overgrown landscape.

Wish I knew more about all the types of mushrooms and fungi in the woodland garden.

Anyone have a good book for learning about these miracles?

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Jayme B.

5 thoughts on “Mushrooms and Fungi OH My!

  1. Carol Abbott says:

    What an amazing variety!

  2. entwinedlife says:

    Come over & we can make omelets! We have a Polish neighbor who knows mushrooms, I’ll have to invite over… The deer didn’t bother… Eating grape leaves!

  3. Mary Charles Blakebrough says:

    How about revisiting the last one (pink and heart-shaped) near Valentine’s Day? Gorgeous photos. Now I see mushrooms and fungi in a whole new way – as art objects . . .

  4. pbmgarden says:

    Wow, you have a serious collection there. Hope you’re having a great summer.

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