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Mushrooms – Growing from Bottom of Pot

Q: This is is growing out of all the holes in my potted fern. They are yellow: maybe mushrooms? A: Your guess is correct. These are mushrooms growing out of the potting soil at the bottom of the pot. Potting soil tends to be wetter at the bottom of a pot so fungi easily grow […]
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