I looked over at my oldest houseplant today and saw this:
Or even okay? (No photo manipulation here… just flash.)
Wow!! Googling “mushroom growing on houseplant” really works!
**update the second**
You know, now that I know leucocoprinus birnbaumii won’t hurt me or the plant, I feel happy that it has decided to perk up my day by growing on my houseplant. I love mushrooms. They are so cool.
[This post was imported on 4/10/14 from my old blog at satsumabug.livejournal.com.]
Hehe, these are the very same ones as the ones that grew in my container 🙂
They’re cute! And after looking around on the web, they seem to be reasonably common. Yay mushrooms!
Normally you’ll see mushrooms where there is decaying matter. I would assume you have some pine bark in the soil mix.
I hope that helps!
I have no idea, Gary. I inherited this plant from a neighbor and have never done anything with it but water it! Thank you for commenting!
Are you sure it’s not two leucocopenisi and a umbrellaumi?
Re: other views
Good to see you back on the comments again. 🙂
Are you properly installed in Palo Alto now?
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