After an entire spring and summer of extremely dry weather and pretty much nothing growing in the garden, we have toadstools! A whole little garden of 'em! We've had showers the past few days, and the rain grew grass and toadstools. There were several clusters of these mushrooms all over our backyard.
ohh they are like in the tale. When all the animals are gathering under the mushroom in the forest:)
awesome photo. We've had tons of mushrooms pop up the past couple weeks and I have yet to snap any photos of them. Good angle.
I love this photo! We've finally had a little rain, and we're hoping the grass starts to come back.
Your photos inspire me. They are the essence of nature and of our sweet little city, Selma. I'm so glad I found this website.
Against the green...this is a great photo. Lots of detail.
Oh, my! What a wonderful set of mushrooms!
Wow, those look huge! Are they edible? Thanks for visiting me in San Diego.
I love that close up!
They are HUGE! They look edible but I doubt they are.
well we wished we had a dry summer here in Holland!!!!
But everywhere else the grass is greeener and is something better.
We were having rain,rain,rain and again rain, but the good thing of that is , is that the grass is green hahaha! So we went for some sun to Spain and France.
Our grapes in our garden did not grow nd became raisins, but now its autums again, winter starts, well all seasons have their 'good sites' right?
Have a good weekend :) JoAnn
As other wondered, are they edible? Not that I would try... It is amazing to me how fast they seem to pop up.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your photos are great. Love the toadstools!
Please don't eat these mushrooms! No, they aren't edible! Thank y'all for stopping by. They are some of the biggest mushrooms I've ever seen in my yard, though.
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