Mushroom graveyardMushroom graveyard
This one was growing right against the side of the bed and was probably just a day away from popping up.This one was growing right against the side of the bed and was probably just a day away from popping up.
Pulling them up in clumps. Yucky.Pulling them up in clumps. Yucky.
This is unacceptable.This is unacceptable.
Agggh! Stop the madness!Agggh! Stop the madness!
  • Mushroom graveyard
  • This one was growing right against the side of the bed and was probably just a day away from popping up.
  • Pulling them up in clumps. Yucky.
  • This is unacceptable.
  • Agggh! Stop the madness!

You may recall that last week I posted about the fascinating fungi growing in the garden. This story deserves the rest of the story.

Just three days after the deer poop fungus stage I posted pictures of last time, I had a full-blown fungus invasion on my hands. Case in point, above.

The mushrooms grew to the point that they were crowding out the tomatoes, so they had to go.

I have no idea what type of mushrooms they were, or if they were edible. If I were trying to grow mushrooms I would have been impressed with their prolific growth. But since they were in a place where I did not want them to grow, they qualify as a weed. Goodbye, mushrooms.

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