~ blue dolphin oyster mushroom ~
There's a fungus ... here's a fungus ... everywhere I look there's fungus. Are you sick of my mycological ramblings yet?
The Blue Dolphin and the Pohu Oyster mushrooms that we planted in May started fruiting. Hopefully, within a few more days the totem poles will be loaded with new mushrooms.
I know I've probably bored you to tears with my post about the mushroom; but this blog serves as a gardening journal for me too. I can easily look back and see on so many different things over time when we do certain projects.
Today's harvest of the Wine Cap Mushrooms ... ( I only picked about 1/3 of them):
This has really been a fun project for us newbie mushroomers. I can't wait until next spring to see the varieties of shiitake mushrooms we inoculated the logs with.
Dear Hubby is already talking about expanding the mushroom project next year. There's so many varieties. hmmm... I hope he knows what he's going to do with them if they take off. I might become the bird house AND fungus lady at the farmers market. Oh well ... I already have a sister that sells pumpkins.
Until next time ...
So it goes in my neck of the woods.