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High All,
I collected some pictures from our backyard. Hope you like them?!

Thanks for all your compliments. I will foreward them to the creating force called nature. The thing what surprised me the most of this great project was the easyness it was created. And the easyness to spread the wood from your garden to other places.



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It is nice to tell how this project is coming to this point:
Mycelium from Anno cultivated/spawned by stefan, spawned again by me.
Sponsors for woodchips are a few Dutch friends(Anand, Ralph and Ganja) from my forum. And ofcourse my girlfriend who needs to deal with my myco virus get some credits. Later I also added a new spawnbag mycelium/soaked cardboard. This bag was a gift from Una. This isolate has it origins also at Anno's.


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How I made this garden? Well basically I followed the teks and added some of my own mind farts. The hart of the spawm is burried between the roots of a plant. And I cased it slightly.

After some weeks I noticed the mycelium breaking trough. I started to soak chips and added and mixed them, etc etc. I placed the wooden fence as I hoped for shrooms to appear at that place. I know the regular pictures and wanted to give a extra dimension.

In September when the first leaves dropped on the bed I cassed it with a thin layer of fine vermiculite to keep the snow and frost at some distance. Basically that was it. Hmmm we had a hot summer so I had the garden hose open at regular times

The with mush on the tree is an other story. A few years back I cutted down tree and placed a piece of oyster, taken from an other three, and placed that in a crack in the leftover tree. Last winter it was not that much, now she is becoming more beautifull everyday. From every crack in the tree fruits appear

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I am what I am,
Eric



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faht (Fahtphish)
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thats awesome... hey, i have a buddy in wisco that was wondering if it were possible to grow azures there? done correctly throughout the summer and autumn of course... :-)

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In nature, they grow in beach sand and dune grass. Most I've found were within 200 yards of the ocean, and constantly covered with the salt spray. It's a wonder anything can grow in those conditions.
"I feel rowdy and I don't know why. . .Excuse me, while I kiss the sky!" jimi hendrix

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