An overnight sensation in the garden

Posted to Six Word Saturday hosted by Debbie at Travel with Intent

29 thoughts on “An overnight sensation in the garden

  1. Pingback: An overnight sensation in the garden — Zimmerbitch – Rexton digital

    • I was about to say I don’t know, but as others have also asked, I thought I should find out.
      I’m not absolutely sure of my identification, but if I’m right they are edible but have to be harvested really quickly as they auto-digest, turning black (and looking really gross).

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  2. I shouldn’t like this…. I get them in heaps too in wet autumns – and they are a pain in the backside! Found the only way to get rid of them is scraping them deeply off their surface, often roots of cut trees – taking away even the rind of the dead tree is helping. Good luck – and yes, they do look cute – for about 10 minutes, after that they grow to be terrors!

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