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Parasol - very tasty fried whole and treated as a pancake! but beware of mixing up with the very similar inedible false parasol!

Parasol - very tasty fried whole and treated as a pancake! but beware of mixing up with the very similar inedible false parasol!

Chanterelle - delicious and plentiful here in Snowdonia, but beware of getting mixed up with the false chanterelle

Chanterelle - delicious and plentiful here in Snowdonia, but beware of getting mixed up with the false chanterelle

The Mushroom Garden Snowdonia: Foraging days..

The Mushroom Garden Snowdonia: Foraging days..

Chicken of the Woods - strangely enough this edible fungi only fruits bi-annually, so consider yourself very lucky to see one!

Chicken of the Woods - strangely enough this edible fungi only fruits bi-annually, so consider yourself very lucky to see one!

// yr ardd fadarch, eryri. or, the mushroom garden, snowdonia. where the shiitakes are grown on 95% welsh oak wood blocks by one of wales' leading fungi experts.

or, the mushroom garden, snowdonia. where the shiitakes are grown on welsh oak wood blocks by one of wales' leading fungi experts.

Fall for fungus. If you love mushrooms, you'll appreciate the informative fun of a foraging expedition with Cynan Jones, Wales' guru of fungi. From The Mushroom Garden, his base between Porthmadog and Beddgelert, where he grows over 220 pounds of shitake, oyster, and chestnut mushrooms per week, the passionate and entertaining Jones also leads seasonal fungi forages ($115 per person via Snowdonia Safari) along a nearby riverbank rife with delicate orange chanterelles and small amethyst…

10 Totally Unexpected Things to Do in Wales

You may know about its idyllic green, pastoral landscapes, but Wales is full of surprises—from mushroom foraging and 'Great Little Trains' to a village of castles, coasteering, and tons of Joneses

Cep, porchini or Penny Bun... deliciously meaty and very satisfying when you find one!

Cep, porchini or Penny Bun... deliciously meaty and very satisfying when you find one!

©Jacques Turner-Moss  Little Details Crychen Forest, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, Wales Walking round a woodland in Winter can seem a bit dead due to the lack of flowering plants but after you get you eye in there is a whole host of smaller details which start to appear, by a long stretch lichens, mosses and fungi are much more interesting and just as pretty. Many of the twigs and branches are covered in Fructicose Lichens such as the Beard Lichen, Usnea scabrata. These are slow growing…

Little Details Crychen Forest, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, Wales Walking round a woodland in Winter can seem a bit dead due to the lack of flowering plants but after you get you eye in there is a.

the most breath-taking architecture. you'd feel like alice in wonderland in this space!

The incredible timber ceiling at National Assembly for Wales by Richard Rogers. This is amazing. Reminds me of a mushroom?

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