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  1. MAITAKE MUSHROOM PATCH

    MAITAKE MUSHROOM PATCH

    Also known as ‘Hen of the Woods’, this delicious mushroom is heralded in Asian medicine as a powerful immune stimulator. The Maitake grows prolifically on oaks throughout the temperate regions of eastern North America but can also grow on elm and maple. Fruitings most frequently arise at or near the stump/soil interface. Two or three years will often pass before fruitings occur. Fruiting temperature 50-70 °F. Learn More
    $34.95

  2. REISHI MUSHROOM PATCH

    REISHI MUSHROOM PATCH

    Known as Reishi by the Japanese and Lingzhi by the Chinese, this mushroom is perhaps the most renowned of all the traditional therapeutic fungi. Reputed to have many health-supporting properties this mushroom is generally broken up, powdered and steeped in simple teas. Its flavor is strong, distinctive, and pleasant to most people. Reishi is a flat, shelf-like mushroom, with a smooth, lacquered finish. Plug spawn of this species do the best on oak,sweet gum, plum, elm or maple trees. Fruiting Temperature 50-70 *F Learn More
    $34.95

  3. GARDEN GIANT OUTDOOR MUSHROOM PATCH

    GARDEN GIANT OUTDOOR MUSHROOM PATCH

    Also Known as 'King Stropharia', the Garden Giant grows equally well in beds of hardwood chips or on straw within the garden. This low-maintenance, burgundy colored monster mushroom will thrive amongst corn and leafy vegetables while simultaneously returning nutrients to your garden. The indoor patch produces several flushes over 3 months preferring a 60-80* F environment. Once inoculated, beds take 4-12 months to fruit while flushes span 6 months to 2 years depending on care and location with a fruiting preference of 40-90* F With a portobello-like texture these are delicious when cut like steaks and barbecued on a grill. Seasonally available due to its environmental requirements this item will not be available for purchase from November through January. Learn More
    $34.95

  4. GARDEN GIANT INDOOR MUSHROOM PATCH

    GARDEN GIANT INDOOR MUSHROOM PATCH

    Also Known as 'King Stropharia', the Garden Giant grows equally well in beds of hardwood chips or on straw within the garden. This low-maintenance, burgundy colored monster mushroom will thrive amongst corn and leafy vegetables while simultaneously returning nutrients to your garden. The indoor patch produces several flushes over 3 months preferring a 60-80* F environment. Once inoculated, beds take 4-12 months to fruit while flushes span 6 months to 2 years depending on care and location with a fruiting preference of 40-90* F With a portobello-like texture these are delicious when cut like steaks and barbecued on a grill. Seasonally available due to its environmental requirements this item will not be available for purchase from November through January. Learn More
    $34.95

  5. SHIITAKE MUSHROOM PLUGS

    SHIITAKE MUSHROOM PLUGS

    A potential vitamin D super source when dried under the sun for 8+ hours, the Shiitake is esteemed for both health-stimulating properties and culinary value. Found primarily on thicker-barked hardwoods like oak, they will also do well on “scrub” hardwoods, like alder, but will have a shorter lifespan. When properly cared for, this super-boosted newest generation of Shiitake will continue to give the most prolific harvests. A patch can be harvested at 2-week intervals for up to 16 weeks. Plugs will begin to fruit in as little as 6 months, with the most substantial fruitings appearing in 1–2 years. Fruiting temperature 50- 80°F Learn More

    Starting at: $18.95

  6. CHICKEN OF THE WOODS MUSHROOM PLUG   200 Plugs

    CHICKEN OF THE WOODS MUSHROOM PLUG 200 Plugs

    Chicken of the Woods grows on softwoods including hemlocks, douglas fir, true firs, and spruce. Stumps, rather than cut logs, are the recommended candidate for inoculation; logs can be used and buried vertically in sand, sawdust or gravel after incubation. Producing a multi-layered, self-life mushroom (sometimes called wood conks), chicken of the woods has an easily distinguished orange mycelium. Given the right conditions, mushrooms will form in 6-12 months; the stump will begin to decompose and mushrooms will fruit for several years thereafter. Cannot ship to Hawaii. 100 Plugs Learn More
    $29.95

  7. CHICKEN OF THE WOODS MUSHROOM PLUG   100 Plugs

    CHICKEN OF THE WOODS MUSHROOM PLUG 100 Plugs

    Chicken of the Woods grows on softwoods including hemlocks, douglas fir, true firs, and spruce. Stumps, rather than cut logs, are the recommended candidate for inoculation; logs can be used and buried vertically in sand, sawdust or gravel after incubation. Producing a multi-layered, self-life mushroom (sometimes called wood conks), chicken of the woods has an easily distinguished orange mycelium. Given the right conditions, mushrooms will form in 6-12 months; the stump will begin to decompose and mushrooms will fruit for several years thereafter. Cannot ship to Hawaii. 100 Plugs Learn More
    $18.95

  8. CHICKEN OF THE WOODS MUSHROOM PLUGS

    CHICKEN OF THE WOODS MUSHROOM PLUGS

    Chicken of the Woods grows on softwoods including hemlocks, Douglas Fir, true firs, and spruce. Stumps, rather than cut logs, are the recommended candidate for inoculation; logs can be used and buried vertically in sand, sawdust or gravel after incubation. Producing a multi-layered, shelf-like mushroom (sometimes called wood conks), Chicken of the Woods has an easily distinguished orange mycelium. Given the right conditions, mushrooms will form in 6–12 months; the stump will begin to decompose, and mushrooms will fruit for several years thereafter. Fruiting temperature 60-80° F. Learn More

    Starting at: $18.95

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    PEARL OYSTER MUSHROOM PLUG 200 Plugs

    Pleurotus Ostreatus is probably the most common edible mushroom found on hard woods. Growing on alder, cottonwood, poplar, oak, birch, beech, aspen, and many other hardwoods, our aggressive strain is renowned for its productivity. Hardwood logs and stumps can be used for inoculation; after incubating the logs may be partially buried, horizontally oriented, to conserve water during fruiting. 100 Plugs Cannot ship to Hawaii. Learn More
    $29.95

  10. Pearl Oyster Mushroom

    PEARL OYSTER MUSHROOM PLUG 100 Plugs

    Pleurotus Ostreatus is probably the most common edible mushroom found on hard woods. Growing on alder, cottonwood, poplar, oak, birch, beech, aspen, and many other hardwoods, our aggressive strain is renowned for its productivity. Hardwood logs and stumps can be used for inoculation; after incubating the logs may be partially buried, horizontally oriented, to conserve water during fruiting. 100 Plugs Cannot ship to Hawaii. Learn More
    $18.95

  11. PEARL OYSTER MUSHROOM PLUGS

    PEARL OYSTER MUSHROOM PLUGS

    QUICK TO FRUIT- EARLIEST OF ALL TYPES The Pearl Oyster is probably the most common edible mushroom found on hardwoods. Growing on alder, cottonwood, poplar, oak, birch, beech, aspen and many other hardwoods, this aggressive strain is renowned for its productivity. Fruiting temperature 55 -75° F. Learn More

    Starting at: $18.95

  12. MAITAKE MUSHROOM PLUGS

    MAITAKE MUSHROOM PLUGS

    Also known as ‘Hen of the Woods’, this delicious mushroom is herald- ed in Asian medicine as a powerful immune stimulator. The Maitake grows prolifically on oaks throughout the temperate regions of eastern North America but can also grow on elm and maple. Fruitings most frequently arise at or near the stump/soil interface. Two or three years will often pass before fruitings occur. Fruiting temperature 50-70 °F. Learn More

    Starting at: $18.95

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