Posts Tagged ‘toadstools’

Recent rain has encoraged the growth of fungi, and there were lots on the path to the beach.

Dark toadstool


Golden toadstools


Twin toadstools

Orange toadstools

Back home, there’s a small colony at the back of the garden.

Cottage toadstools

I can’t identify any of these,  and I definitely won’t be sampling them.

“It seems to me that only fools
would try to eat these odd toadstools.”



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Tiny Toadstools

These tiny brown toadstools were lurking in the back garden near the worm farm.

Tiny Toadstools (Small)

I haven’t been able to identify them, and wonder whether they will grow into a forest of giant toadstools?  The green plants among them are baby hollyhocks getting ready for spring.

“I cleared away the walnut leaves
and came across these fungi sheaves.”


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Twin Toadstools

Two toadstools have sprung up on the edge of the patio.


I’m not sure what they are, but they’re too tall for mushrooms, and I won’t be eating them, just in case.

“These fungi came with no invite
they just appeared there, overnight.”

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