Psilocybe Baeocystis was discovered in Eugene, Oregon in 1945. Once considered rare, this species was a very common mushroom appearing in mulched garden beds under rhododendrons and rose bushes during the late 1970s and early 1980s, sometimes growing in amongst groupings of P. stuntzii in lawns and with Psilocybe Cyanescens in alder mulched garden beds. Like most other psilocybin mushrooms it bruises a distinctive blue with age or when damaged, gaining the nicknames of “blue bells” and “olive caps”. The strength of the growth of Psilocybe baeocytis mushrooms is so amazing, that it is very easy to grow them.
Effects Produces 2-3 flushes of mushrooms every season and the harvest increases year after year!
Usage Buy a bag of woodchips and choose a shady spot in your garden, mix the spawn bag with the chips and keep them wet! Is that simple or what? :)
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