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Easter Sunday we were excited to see a nice first flush of Lepista sordida (confirmed via DNA) – a small tester bag of colonised rye grass seed and sawdust innoculated with grain spawn. This was buried in a shady and overgrown flowerbed about an inch under soil and eucy mulch in Feb.

The smell and flavour of these little blewits was quite unusual – floral and potent.

A very exciting easter surprise.

We are now selling plates of this species and will also be soon stocking these and king stropharia grow bags to simplify things.