INTRO OFFER! Extra pack FREE with every 3 pack of Your Choice Morel Mushroom Spore Outdoor Grow Kit. Easiest growing method ever developed!
This is for THREE packages of Morel Mushroom Spores ready to create your own outdoor Morel Mushroom patch. Each package contains all natural nutrients, growth boosters and long term mushroom foods and is mixed with perlite and vermiculite to ensure a wide spread of spores. These are best suited for outdoor cultivation and should be spread in rich soil near trees. Full directions are included.
Morels are highly sought after culinary mushrooms. Their texture is meaty, and they have a delicious deep nutty flavor that turns 'mushroom haters' into morel lovers. Chefs, both amateur and professional, prize morels in their cuisine. There's a good chance that you have never had the opportunity to enjoy a good quality morel mushroom.
Morel mushrooms are expensive. Out of season, a pound of frozen morels can cost over $50, and fresh morels may be unobtainable. That’s because morels are typically found in forests, foraged by collectors from jealously guarded secret spots.
Now you can grow them in your own backyard year after year easily!
You get three packages of your choice, any mix or combination:
Hardwood Morel (Morchella americana) is a warm loving variety of Morel that favors creekbeds, hardwood forests, and higher temps than many other varieties. Often grows well under 'high stress' conditions such as ornimental beds, walkways and landscaped areas.
Blushing Morel (Morchella rufobrunnea) Fruitbodies are often gray in color and can bruise a very distinctive pink when touched. Often producing large fruits when mature, this was the first variety of Morel mushroom sucsesfuly cultivated. The Blushing Morel Grows very well in woodchips and can be reliably cultivated with little experience. This is one of the longest lasting Morels and can fruit for weeks after the other varieties are done for the season.
White Morel (Morchella deliciosa) is a commonly harvested spring mushroom producing 2-5 inch fruitbodies and usually appering an off white or cream white color. The sponge–like head is egg-shaped or pine cone-shaped with pits and ridges. On all forms the ridges are paler than the pits.
Early Black Morels (Morchella elata) are generally the first true morel to appear in spring. The fruiting body is often very large. The sponge-like head is variable in shape but usually elongated and pointed. The young black morel may appear almost white when covered by leaf litter, but as it matures the black morel will have brownish pits and dark ridges.
Burn Site Morels (Morchella tormentosa) are known for growing in massive and prolific amounts for one-two years in areas after fires or burns have occurred. They are smaller in size than other morels, but fruit so heavily that they often make considerably more total weight when found.
Autumn Morel (Morchella galilaea) This is the only Morel to fruit in the fall instead of the spring! Little is know about the conditions that would work best and produce the most fruits. Cultivating the Autumn Morel on hardwood chips and sawdust has worked well, and it grows well in disturbed areas such as landscape plantings.