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I was wondering.. since we've had a fairly warm/dry winter.. once it starts raining would it be possible to find stunzii in the spring in mulch areas? I found a lot in the fall in mulch areas but don't know if i should look there in the spring too? I've looked in the FAQ and other sites and haven't found an answer too this question if anyone on here could answer it i'd appreciate it greatly!
-------------------- a girl in search of a good trip
In the Seattle area, P. stuntzii's will grow in lawns with automatic sprinkler systems, that is if they use them. Many new lawns with blue ringers suffer at the hands of the landscappers. Many companies employ such people and after a year or two get rid of landscappers and use their own employees to mow and handle the lawns of their properties.
Thus when the fertilizers are discontinued, on a specific lawn known to produce said magic shrooms, then the shrooms dissappear.
This has been common for the last 18 years in this region.
This is due to the destruction of pasturelands both south and bnorth of Seattle, especially in the Tukwilla and Kent/Auburn regions of the south of Seattle and int he bnortheast arond Carnation farms and Woodinville region of the state.