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Fresh Mushrooms

Fresh Wild Mushrooms

There are two primary fresh wild mushroom seasons in the Pacific Northwest: Spring and Fall. Morels and Porcinis grow prolifically in the Spring. In the summertime, most varieties grow sporadically in varying quality. In the fall, Chanterelles and Lobsters pop up first and grow bountifully into the winter, followed by hedgehogs and black trumpets. We work with foragers in the Pacific Northwest and ship directly to you.

  • Species:
  • Black Trumpet
  • Brick Cap Bolete
  • Fried Chicken
  • Golden Chanterelle (#1, #2)
  • Hedgehog
  • Lobster
  • Matsutake (#1, #2, #3, #4)
  • Morel (Conica, Blonde, Grey)
  • Porcini (#1, #2, #3)
  • Saffron Milky Cap
  • White Chanterelle
  • Yellow Foot Chanterelle
  • Typical Season:
  • Late Fall, Winter
  • Fall & Spring, sporadic otherwise
  • Fall
  • Fall, early Winter, sporadic in Summer
  • Fall, Winter
  • Late Summer, Fall
  • Fall
  • Spring, Early Summer
  • Fall & Spring, sporadic otherwise
  • Late Fall
  • Fall, early Winter
  • Late Fall

Fresh Cultivated Mushrooms

  • King Oyster
  • Blue Oyster
  • Enoki
  • Shitake (Multiple Grades & Sizes)
  • Maitake (Hen of the woods)
  • Brown Oyster
  • Buna Shimeji
  • Hon Shimeji
  • Lion’s Mane
fresh mushrooms
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