• Wine Cap (King Stropharia) Outdoor Mushroom Grow Kit (6lbs) - WCK6
  • Wine Cap (King Stropharia) Outdoor Mushroom Grow Kit (6lbs) - WCK6
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Start your outdoor mushroom garden with our amazing strain of Wine Caps! These are easy to grow and you can enjoy year after year of mushrooms in any outdoor garden or raised bed. Our 6 pound grow kits use a proprietary mix of hardwood & grain spawn. Using only first generation mycelium, our colonized bags can inoculate up to a 10'x10' garden or raised bed. Easy to use, just follow our directions adding garden mulch and wood chips to create your own mushroom bed. Depending on your climate, wine caps can produce mushrooms twice per year, usually in the Spring and Fall.

Includes:

  • 6 pound colonized spawn bag
  • Simple Instructions

Price: $34.99
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    Item #: WCK6
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    (Back in stock August 1st!)  Start your outdoor mushroom garden with our amazing strain of Wine Caps!

    These are easy to grow and you can enjoy year after year of mushrooms

    in any outdoor garden or raised bed. Our 6 pound grow kits use a proprietary mix of

    hardwood & grain spawn. Using only first generation mycelium, our

    colonized bags can inoculate up to a 10'x10' garden or raised bed. Easy

    to use, just follow our directions adding garden mulch and wood chips to

    create your own mushroom bed. Depending on your climate, wine caps can

    produce mushrooms twice per year, usually in the Spring and Fall.

    We only offer a limited number of Wine Cap kits each year
    - Limit 1 kit per customer, email us for larger orders and lead times.


    White Pearl Oyster: This is another easy way to grow oyster mushrooms. The white pearl oyster variety grows particularly fast and is usually bright white to light grey when fully mature. These produce medium sized mushrooms that are not too thick and not too thin. This is a great choice if you want an oyster mushroom that can be used in any recipe. They grow in temperatures ranging from 64-77 degrees, but do best on the cooler side.