Edible, native and delicious. Will’s been growing these beauties in his home mushroom cultivation setup on blocks of grain spawn.
Like many other mushrooms, once you know how, these beautiful fungi can be cloned and propagated at home (if you have a reliable source). After which point you can re-produce them indefinitely.
If you’d like to learn the art of how to clone and cultivate mushrooms of many different types, for both inside and outside mushroom growing, we’re running another 2-day workshop at Milkwood Farm next month, which will be fantastic:
Mushroom Cultivation: 13-14 Oct, Milkwood Farm
After that we’ll be hopefully starting up some proper (seasonal) mushroom cultivation at Milkwood Farm. Can’t wait!
>> More mushroom resources and blogposts here
Images of Hericium coralloides by Will Borowski
Wow. I thought it was an underwater photo at first glance.
an I call it Noodles Mushroom ?
Very cool. I didn’t know this was a cultivated species. A few years ago I started harvesting Hericium in N. California where I grew up. Typically finding them on decomposing Oak trees. Here are photos of two varieties: http://anthropogen.com/?s=hericium
Yum! I will have to learn. I love mushies and as a semi-veggie sustainability type it makes sense to grow my own. Any ideas what varieties do well in Hobart?
Wonderful, more mushroom posts please
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Home made great mushrooms, I love it
Very nice, I would love to have mushrooms like this at home!
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Beautiful photos! What is the difference between Coral Tooth Mushroom and Lion’s Mane? They practically look identical! 🙂
they’re pretty close, hey? They’re genetically imilar, the main diff is that the coral tooth is native to AU, and lions mane isnt 🙂