This Listing is for 1 set of 3 morel mushroom varieties.
GROW YOUR OWN MUSHROOMS – At last, you can grow your own morel mushrooms from the comfort of your own backyard. Many people have tried and failed to grow their own mushrooms at home. We are changing that with every kit planted. With our mushroom growing kit and instructions, it’s never been easier.
NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED – If you’ve never grown mushrooms before, or even anything at all, it’s ok. We’ve got you covered with our step-by-step mushroom growing instructions and we're also available to help if you need us. Anyone, regardless of their background can grow their own using our mushroom growing kit. It’s fast and incredibly easy to get started.
FAST RESULTS – All you’ll have to do is follow our easy and clear directions that’s laid out for you when you receive your kit. You’ll have your very own Outdoor mushroom patch set up in no time. Harvest from the same patch year after year, the Morels will grow more prolific every year for many years.
ENJOY THE MOST POPULAR MUSHROOMS – Discover why morel mushrooms are the most sought after mushrooms by the world’s top professionals. Gourmet chefs, home cooks and foragers all unanimously agree – morel mushrooms are the best of the best. Season and sprinkle these nutritious mushrooms into any meal you like, they’re delicious!
Three varieties of Morel Mushrooms are included:
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.