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hairy panus
Meet the Mushrooms

Hairy Panus – (Panus lacomtei)

This beautiful, fuzzy little Panus colonizes hardwood sawdust and chips and is also a sun-tolerant species for full sun applications where shade is a limiting factor. Recent studies from Brazil

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Nameko – (Pholiota nameko)

Nameko is the most cultivated mushroom by volume in Japan, for a reason. It is considered a valuable medicinal mushroom with cancer fighting properties, and the traditional recipe for Miso

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Phoenix Oyster
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Phoenix Oyster – (Pleurotus pulmonarius)

Phoenix Oyster – (Pleurotus pulmonarius) mushrooms are the true summer oyster, that prefer warmer temperatures and can be distinguished from white-spored P.ostreatus with their beautiful lilac colored spore-prints. Most strains

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Pink Oyster – (Pleurotus djamor)

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King Oyster – (Pleurotus eryngii)

King Oyster – (Pleurotus eryngii) taste exactly like the freshest scallops you could ever dream of and can become addictive. The entire mushroom is basically an enlarged, tender stem, that

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Shaggy Mane – (Coprinus comatus)

Shaggy Manes are super easy to identify for beginners, and are typically harvested in the morning, since they literally “melt’ by midday. Shaggies prefer composted livestock manure but can also

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Chestnut Fungus – Pholiota adiposa

A cousin of the slimy Nameko (Pholiota nameko) this wonderful clustering, wood loving mushroom forms dense clusters of beautiful, dark orange gilled mushrooms with a slightly shaggy cap, without the

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Bricktop – Hypholoma sublateritium

An edible species related to the poisonous Sulphur Tuft (Hypholoma fasciculare), this mushroom is very aggressive and prolific, sometimes evicting other mushrooms out of their patches to set up camp.

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Cauliflower – Sparassis crispa

Cauliflower mushrooms are unusual looking fungi that create wavy, brain coral like structures that are typically found at the base of dying or injured conifers. They are smooth and most

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Woodear – Auricularia americana

Wood ears are classified as jelly fungi, and are essentially flavorless but used for their blood thinning properties and their crunchy seaweed salad like texture. Wood ears have the ability

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