Other mushrooms, such as blewit (Lepista nuda), shaggy mane (Coprinus comatus), wine-red
stropharia (Stropharia rugoso-annulata), garden oyster (Pleurotus ulmarius), and morels (Morchella spp.), grow in mulch and can be
introduced by dropping bits of the desired mushroom’s gills around. Mycorrhizal fungi, like boletes and chanterelles, can also be
successfully propagated this way. However, many fungi are host-specific and will only grow under certain species of plants.