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Hi im am currently touring the beautiful province of B.C. some of the locals tell me that shrooms grow wild out here. does anybody have a picture of the shrooms that are native. and which region of bc. i am capable of going anywhere. wish me luck on my hunt
here are the pics but you wont find them this time of year.
-------------------- Stop experimenting half way through your first grow. Grow it to maturity, watch it, learn from it. Do this a few times then experiment with different ideas and figure out what works best for you.
Actually you can find blue ringers and P. cyanofibrilosa right now in places, more so the blue ringer species, P. stuntzzi amd P. fimetaria or P. sierrare. They are common in lawns throughout most of the year in imilder weather.
I picked some in Feb, march and April and also saw some about a week ago here in Seattle. They also grow inB.C. int he off months and later int he fall and then later fall inwoodchips.