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    Very nice. I'm not much into mushrooms but it's interesting that these grow in the spring. I'm accustomed to most fungi doing their thang in the fall time.
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    when do these little guys tend to sprout in maryland? do they all come up about now, like everywhere, or is it different morel seasons for different areas?

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    How do you know when they're ready?
    We had some in the backyard last year but they got all grody before we collected any

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpsammich View Post
    How do you know when they're ready?
    We had some in the backyard last year but they got all grody before we collected any
    When you find them, they're ready.

    Quote Originally Posted by sarracenia_X View Post
    when do these little guys tend to sprout in maryland? do they all come up about now, like everywhere, or is it different morel seasons for different areas?
    They are in full swing when the temps are 60*F days (min.) and 60*F nights (min.).
    The black morels come out first with the first signs of spring.
    The grays/blondes come when it's officially spring with warmer nights.
    The giants come for about a week when the temps start reaching 80*s. At which point, the season is over.
    All in all, we see about 4-6 weeks of morels here in Michigan from April to May.

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    Feel free to post your own finds from this year.
    Sorry for the iPhone pics. Forgot the camera..

    Arrived in the woods this afternoon to find 3 strangers looking for morels in our spot.
    They hadn't found a single one.
    We wished them luck, walked over a hill.. and found these all clumped together.
    Just waiting for us.










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    Nice! They look interesting!


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    they apparently taste even better

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    Never had one but love mushrooms and they look fantastic. Oregon is suppose to have good mushroom hunting too.

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