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If ever a six word phrase needed more information, this is it!Thanks for your visit and comment on my blog.LeaLea's Menagerie
:) Good Morning, Charleen!!! ~~ I have to think about this for a momment. Let's narrow it down:1) Are they edible?2) How long has this been going on?3) Would you think about making mushroom tea from them?4) What are others saying about them? Do they even see them?5) Could it be that lovely old telephone hanging from the wall in your background photo?I give up. Last year we had mushroom growing up from our backyard grass. This year very few as we had a much drier spring. My readers said, "DO NOT MAKE TEA FROM THESE MUSHROOMS." Don't you either, please...
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I hope that doesn't mean mold! Haha.
Ah, we had that problem in one place we lived in, it depended on the weather as to when they grew. Because we were renting and not the owners we couldn't pull down the wall and find the source of the problem so the only thing we could do was pull it out when it grew. Spraying with bleach worked for a bit but you need to keep on top of it unfortunately.
Something about this resonates with me...it's very Alice in Wonderland-ish sounding. Ooooh, how 'bout this:A mushroom grows from my wallI hope a taste shrinks me quite smallFor if it does I'll find a wayto find the ring and join the Fay
Fascinating six words.
I guess the first question I have is, "Are you happy about the mushroom growing from your wall?"
Intriguing ... hmmmm!Visiting from 6WS
I hope it's edible!