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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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Barbara H.

Very educational but also a little nerve wracking as a huge old red maple near my patio had a large conk near the bottom - I can't remember I knocked it off - probably not. Glad your neighbor provided such easy access to conk biology.

Kris P

I love fungi like this. I've got a half-barrel in a corner of my garden that's been slowly disintegrating for years but I'm loathe to get rid of it because it produces wonderful turkey tail fungi.

danger garden

I love these, and now I know not to wish for them on our trees.

Nell Lancaster

These made me think of Marcia Donahue's ceramic versions -- safe to place at the base of healthy trees!

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