GIFT GUIDE – Fungi for Everyone!

Unique Gifts from the Fungal Kingdom

Gifts for Children

Share the fun & wacky world of mushrooms
with the children in your life.

Gifts of Health

Nourish your loved one’s mind, body, & spirit
with medicinal mushrooms!

Gifts that Grow – Order Early!  Delay Shipping?

 Can you keep the mushroom kit cold?  If not, consider a non-perishable gift idea.

Mushroom kits contain living threads of fungal mycelium growing in a bag of sawdust or wooden dowels. They are extremely resilient and survive shipping during the cold of winter.

The trouble is, they keep growing as they warm up in a cozy home. After a couple of weeks a surprise bouquet of mushrooms may bloom from a box under the Christmas tree (oops).

The key is to keep cold! Refrigeration will delay fruiting for a month or more, and a cold dark basement will slow them for 2-3 weeks.

We encourage you to order early to avoid the uncertainties of the seasonal postal rush. A sticker on the parcel box will alert receiver to refrigerate or keep cold.

We are happy to delay shipping until Dec.8 if you request this during checkout in the “customer notes”. The elves at our family farm are doing our best to keep everything in stock, but we request your understanding just in case we run out and substitute a similar product in order to ship on time.

Consider also the option of a non-perishable gift, like books, mushroom hot chocolate, or a gift card so that your loved one can choose a living gift when timing is best for them.

 

Indoor Mushroom Kits

Give the unforgettable experience
of growing mushrooms on your counter top.

Outdoor Mushrooms Kits

Outdoorsy earthy gardener-type folk will enjoy
the adventure of growing mushrooms on logs.

Unsure what they would like?
Let Them Choose!

Gift Cards can be printed and hand-delivered, or emailed to the recipient on any date you request.

Non-Perishable Gifts

A great selection of mushroomy gifts
that don’t have to be kept cold

Books

Fun and informative books for children
and grown-up hobbyist, gardeners and farmers alike