The "Ends & Pieces and FUNky Cuts" Collection of Mushroom Logs
Our Red Alder (hardwood) logs were sustainably-harvested from our private, old growth forest on the southwest slope of Mt. Rainier in Washington State. The magnificent Red Alder Trees were at the peAk of their health and vigor, plump from the spring rains, and bursting with the energy of our mineral-rich volcanic soil...it was exciting!
We processed and inoculated our largest log lengths with carefully-selected strains of either Oyster, Shiitake, Chicken of the Woods or Lion's Mane organic mushroom spawn, and began populating our 'shroomery's new "laying yards" in the dark, cool forest. It was VERY exciting!
THIS unique collection of mushroom logs uses up the last bits of our spring log harvest, and are the odd sizes, the funky cuts, and "too smalls" and "too shorts" for our 'shroomery's needs, but were WAY too wonderful for firewood....so we rolled up our sleeves, gathered up our tools, and inoculated them all...so we could offer them here, to YOU!
We've classed these gorgeously-prepared mushroom logs into four basic sizes (all sizes are approximate because each log is distinct!) ...small, medium, long, and totem,...and used up the last of our mushroom spawn and dowels to make you a really nice selection!
Simply choose your log size and then your mushroom type and make your purchase using our safe and secure checkout. Your log will be shipped to you right away and will arrive finished and ready to grow! We've already done all the work for you!
Just keep your mushroom log inside (indoors) with you through winter while it finishes colonizing (anywhere a human is comfortable and out of direct sunlight) and come spring simply decide whether you want to grow your mushrooms inside or outside. Soon...and many times...and for years to come... you'll be harvesting your own fresh, log-grown, organic, gourmet edible mushrooms!
Your log ships with a simple, one-page instruction for growing and fruiting your mushroom log, either indoors or outside. More about caring for your log is also provided in our blog post "HOW to care for your mushroom log."
For help choosing your mushroom type, or for more information about our mushroom types, please browse our blog library to the left.
If you'd like assistance choosing your log, simply contact us using our "contact us' link.....we'll LOVE to hear from you!
Get some YUMMY UMAMI into your tomorrows!... 2018 Logs from tahoma'shroomery .... while supplies last.
Now inoculating Reishi!