tel jetson wrote:where are you at, Annah? mushrooms, like so many other things, are seasonal. depending on where you're located, using a variety of strains and species of oyster can extend the season of harvest.
I am in Port Angeles, WA =]
Joined: May 17, 2007
Location: woodland, washington
you'll be just fine. this isn't the time of year to have them outside, but you can order some sawdust spawn and increase it inside all winter on coffee grounds and/or wood chips or other substrate and then fruit outside once the weather warms up a bit.
consider wine caps (Stropharia rugosoannulata), too. you can do the same spawn expansion inside until daytime temps are getting near 60 Fahrenheit. I don't know that coffee grounds will work, but straw and/or wood chips with some dirt mixed in are great. they're great in the garden.