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Penny Bun

One of the stars of the mushroom world. Easily recognisable among the edible species. Generally seen eight days after rain around late summer to the start of autumn....

Parasol

A great tasting, easy to identify mushroom that is large enough to spot from afar....

Wood Blewit

A lovely gourmet mushroom that can be found from November to February when there is not that many other mushrooms about....

Chicken Of The Woods

Great in stews and casseroles in place of chicken, stir fries or marinated in a satay sauce and skewered. Must be cooked....

Trooping Funnel

Best fried when young and used in soups and stews when more mature. One fairy ring in France measured half a mile across and is estimated to be 800 years...

Chanterelle

This very tasty mushroom can be found in small groups in woodland, more often with beech or birch.. A delight to come across, but be careful of other foragers as...

White False Death Cap

Although this mushroom looks like a deadly Amanita it is edible if you like the taste of raw potatoes.

Bitter Bolete

Can cause excitement when first found due to thinking you have found a Penny Bun and although this mushroom is technically edible if it is mistakenly added to a meal...

Jelly Ears

Very common and can be found year round. Usually most abundant in January and February when there is not much else about....

Scarlet Waxcap

The Scarlet Waxcap is one of the smaller red waxcaps, can grow in large numbers in the right conditions and can be more gregarious than other red waxcaps and can...