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Hi. I've been looking for cyans hi and lo for a month or so now, and I've only found one spot that I can't even call mine because so many people use it. Does anyone have any advice they can give me on areas to look? I've been looking in alder tree forests with moss and stinging nettles, and also looking for trails cause the one spot I found with cyans had them growing on the sides of a trail. I'm in Island County in Washington.
This info is all over if you do a search....but...why not I'm killing time, you shouldn't be walking through forests for them. Although they will grow in forests naturally, the probability of you finding them there is next to none, which is why everyone looks in parks. If you have checked out any threads on cyans you should know this. They grow in the light colored woodchips not that red colored stuff. Because humdity has been so low around here lately, although that's about to change , lately I have found the majority of mine mixed in with grass or small shrubs in the woodchips, i.e. stuff that helps trap in the moisture, making a suitable condition for them. Hope that helps.