Fungi is fascinating and plays a crucial role in the decomposition of matter on our planet with certain types having symbiotic relationships with trees.  They mostly appear during Autumn and Winter in months when other things may be moving a lot more slowly in the garden.  Mushroom kits can even mean you can grow fungi and still be producing a crop inside the classroom. I often conduct ‘Hunt for mycelium’ or have ‘Fungi detectives’ who if they discover some specimens while completing other gardening tasks are entitled to use my phone to take photos for the school blog. Here are some of the students images. 20130522_145830 20130522_103506 20130522_103551 20130522_120813 20130522_145401 20130522_145146 20130418_091346 20130605_085843 giantpuffballmushroom

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