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Can Anyone ID This Mushroom?

Posted by scorpgirl24 z7NJ (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 23, 07 at 12:41

This is growing under a bush in my yard. It's the first time I've seen it? Any info is appreciated! Thanks.
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RE: Can Anyone ID This Mushroom?

Wow. Those are gorgeous! Where are they growing? Like what zone are they in? If they'd grow in zone 5, would love one!


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DUH! If I hadn't jumped the gun, would have realized that info is right there in your post. You can tell a redneck if.... ;)
Hmmm Wonder if they'd go in colder climate. I am trying to create a woodland landscape, so any mosses, mushrooms, etc interests me. I'm driving my hubby nuts, dragging home mossy logs and rocks, and all the things I took for granted when I lived in Tennessee. Moved to Michigan, and not even one tree on 10 acres. Its been a struggle, but I'm getting there...


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