The Wood Blewit is a fall fruiting mushroom that appears randomly where there is plenty of surface forest litter and duff. It has a long, cool-weather fruiting season, anywhere from September until freeze up. It seems to have a preference for hardwood chips/bark/leaves with or without the addition of pine needles, and enough organic matter to keep things moist. This is a great fungus to seed into the duff leftover from a recently moved wood pile. Plant it in the spring, fall or even winter in the south. Blewits take more than a growing season to establish, so be patient and make sure you plant in a semi-permanent location. NOTE: Blewit is not a beginner's mushroom - This delicious mushroom can be easily confused with other bluish mushrooms growing in the fall, so you should be prepared and able to make a spore print for positive identification of this mushroom (spore print method instructions are included).
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