At the end of last year I chopped down a birch tree in my yard. I had a bunch of logs laying around, and decided the best thing to do with such bounty was to create a mushroom patch in my yard.
I inoculated several logs with oyster mushroom spores, and created a space for wine caps to flourish. And boy have they ever! This picture shows me with the bounty of one night's fruiting. Mushroom gravy, mushroom omelettes, mushroom biscuits, mushrooms with pasta, mushroom soup, yum!
Are you interested in growing mushrooms at your house? Contact Stone Soup Gardens today. We can help you get started. Or, come to our upcoming class:
Growing Mushrooms at Home
October 11, 10:30 - 12:00pm
4804 S Snoqualmie Street, Seattle
206-661-7628 -- email@example.com