Why are mushrooms growing in new landscape beds?

Answer Because the beds have been mulched and there is a lot of decomposing organic matter in the soil mushrooms will grow in new landscape beds. As this breaks down, it provides food for the mycelium of ... Read More »

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Landscape Ideas for Narrow Flower Beds?

A narrow 12 inch wide flowerbed need not be abandoned to weeds or smothered in landscape bark. While a container is limited in its depth, a narrow flower bed can have a growing medium worked and su... Read More »

Conditions for Growing Mushrooms?

Cultivating mushrooms is a delicate process. Unlike other food plants, mushrooms are fungi that do not contain chlorophyll. They depend on their soil for all energy and nutrition. There are many ty... Read More »

Why Are Mushrooms Growing in My Garden?

Mushrooms have all sorts of uses whether it be for decorative, dining or medicinal purposes. However, though they are useful to us, most people think that they are an eyesore and a hazard in their ... Read More »

How to Rid My Mulch of Mushrooms Growing in It?

Mushrooms and toadstools need food and energy to survive and may grow on decomposing wood in the forest and in your old mulch. Other fungi that may appear are unsightly orange slime molds--also kno... Read More »