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Sorry noone's responded yet. Yes, mushrooms can grow in 45 degree weather. On my property, small inocybes and mycenas have been growing through the winter. Pan subbs are an excellent choice of mushrooms to be hunting for right now. Stay cool and good luch, bro!-Levi7.
Thanks my man. Well i guess i better start lookin cause in michigan the weather changes in a heartbeat. Thanks for helping me out. I'll make sure to post pics and info if i find anything. Thanks
Much Shroom Love
Some will grow during cold weather, usually wood decomposing types in more sheltered areas. If you get a patch of the Equador started outside it will supposedly fruit into early winter, and start in early spring.