Denise Kersting wrote:Unfortunately, I cannot cut between them, the t.t. has kinda erupted down the whole log with a large specimen at ground level, and the l.m. is currently only at ground level too. I plugged evenly the whole length/circumference of the log, but I think it's only appearing (the l.m.) at ground level due to all the rain we have been getting over the last week, the soil is pretty saturated now. I guess I'll just wait it out and see if they can all get along, I don't think I'll be harvesting the l.m. this year unless it gets much larger, it's currently smaller than the size of a tennis ball. I was just happy after all these years it is finally producing!
Denise Kersting wrote:Hi Shauns, thanks for the info! They were started just as an experiment, I didn't think I'd really have any luck with either of them, so I am thrilled to even have the small success with the lion. I am still holding out hope that the chicken will take...I've never seen it in the wild, and I'd love to try it. In and around that area I've also been trying to get morels to take up residence. Haven't had any luck with that yet, but a girl can dream.