Meet The Mushrooms
Have composted livestock manure or can get it? Try cultivating this highly medicinal and choice edible relative of the regular Portabella, which is easier to grow at home than its
A firm, corky, hoof-shaped bracket mushroom, this unique fungus has shown strong antibacterial activity, making it a good candidate for making powders and extracts for tinctures. Traditionally used as a
Most of our Chicken of the Woods strains are isolated from native stock on the East Coast of the U.S., meaning they prefer hardwoods, specifically varieties of Oak. This species
One of the easiest mushrooms to grow for beginners, experienced growers have used this mushroom as a learning tool for cultivating in hardwood chip beds or mulch. What makes this
Hen of the Woods, or Maitake, is a beautiful, clustering polypore mushroom that ranks as one of the best medicinal foods in the woods. Our strain was cloned from the
A tropical mushroom that fruits only above 80F and actually prefers 90+F, this protein rich species is widely cultivated in Asia on rice straw, but can be grown on many
This is a clone from an “escapee”, or a wild mating of commercial log grown shiitakes that appeared in North Carolina on a large fallen oak at Warren Wilson College.