Giant puffballs and masses of fungi

(5 Posts)
FioFio Tue 03-Jul-12 13:55:24

It's too early surely??? or is this a great years for fungi?

I have never seen so many giant puffballs

coppertop Tue 03-Jul-12 14:15:30

Are you a journalist? You have to put an ad in Media Requests, you know. wink

Dh is obsessed very keen on this very subject. There's probably a very long-winded explanation but basically it's because of all the wet weather we've had this year. It's the ideal conditions for fungi.

<See, dh? I do listen. Well sometimes at least....>

FioFio Tue 03-Jul-12 14:19:31

is your dh a hack too?

I will search all his posts

oh look have searched and all your dh's post show message deleted and look how clever i am for doing that

<everyone in great outdoors will think we have lost the plot wink>

coppertop Tue 03-Jul-12 14:25:19

Poor MNHQ have probably got their search thingy set for "journalist" and it pings whenever anyone posts the word.

<Apologies to the Great Outdoors people>

Thankfully dh is at work writing an article or he would be peering over my shoulder and telling me all about spores and the 2000 varieties of puffball.

FioFio Tue 03-Jul-12 14:26:41

lol

I have taken a photo of the ones up ours woods if he would like to see them grin

there are loads of bright orange mushrooms too. I have no idea what they are though blush

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