Most of the country is experiencing record heat. In Florida it’s compounded by humidity. This time of year, I stay indoors. However, last night’s downpour provided some relief and this morning I sat outside, read the newspaper and drank a cup of hot coffee.
That’s when I discovered mushrooms growing in my Geranium plant. The plant is frequently dry and the leaves turn brown, consequently I have been watering it more.
I don’t plan on eating these bright yellow mushroom, but I need help, please.
What type are they?
Should I remove them?
Why are they growing here?
. . . just saying
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I hope you find out! How remarkable. And who knows, they may be edible 🙂
A follower said she’ll ask a Master Gardener friend. Hope to hear soon.
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https://www.house-plant-hobbyist.com/ This link explains. These mushrooms are common and will help plant soil.