Micología

I found this lovely lilac-colored mushroom growing in a pile of mulch. Didn’t think too much of it, except that I loved the distinctive color and prominent gills. I’d forgotten about my little discovery for a couple of weeks until last night, when I happened to come across a site identifying edible mushrooms in California. […]

January 12 2011      Leave a comment     Linda Ly
Jardín   Micología

The boyfriend and I are up in the Bay Area this weekend to spend Christmas with his mom. While hiking around her backyard in Marin (and by backyard, I really mean the sprawling forest behind her house), I found these mushrooms on a hillside. Oh, those coral mushrooms — love.

December 24 2010      Leave a comment     Linda Ly
Micología

An overnight surprise in one of my herb beds, after a good rainstorm.

November 22 2010      Leave a comment     Linda Ly
Jardín   Micología

After a good rain, I’m always finding a random mushroom here and there in the garden. These tiny shrooms emerged from a bed of woodchip mulch, and after some Googling, I discovered they were Cyanthus striatus, also known as Bird’s Nest Fungus. In their immature state, they look like white nubs, no more than a […]

October 11 2010      Leave a comment     Linda Ly
Jardín   Micología