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A morel!

 
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We had a good soaking rain last night and what did I find in my garden? A nice fat beautiful morel mushroom. I am so thrilled. We must be doing something right!
 
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I'm jealous. I never see them here in the South.
 
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Oh Matu - huge congrats!!

Rain you say? What's that? It's 103 right now with little chance of seeing rain for two more months....
 
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I've never seen one in person, only photos.

It's about 4 inches across


There are apple trees nearby but it's not right underneath. It's in the same garden where radishes are growing and peas are twining up!
 
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I just picked about 4 lbs on our land. I would love to have some growing in the garden like that, you truly are blessed and definitely doing something right in there. Awsome!
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