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My plant is growing a mushroom! - May 20th 2022, 12:00 AM

I have a potted plant that somehow sprouted a mushroom. I’m trying so hard not to kill these plants. They’re still just sprouting. Will the mushroom kill it?


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May 20th 2022, 04:19 AM

Is it just a mushroom or is it a yellow mushroom?

Either way, mushrooms in your potted plants isn’t gonna do anything to your plants. Mushrooms appear if you’ve been overwatering your plants or the soil that your plant is in is super fertile and healthy or most of the time there was already spores in your plant, this happens when the factory or nursery was putting the soil and the plant together, the temp in your home and humidity plus you watering the plant created the perfect environment for the mushies.

In short, they don’t harm your plant at all, but if you’re not keen on having extra plants, you can pluck them out.


What kinda potted plant is it?


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Re: My plant is growing a mushroom! - May 20th 2022, 12:20 PM

Hello Dez

The mushrooms are not going to hurt your plants in anyway. Sometimes if you use too much water they can come up. That is how I have gotten them. I have this article on mushrooms if you want to read it, it talks about why they come up. It is,
http://www.balconycontainergardening...ainer%20plants.

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Re: My plant is growing a mushroom! - May 20th 2022, 01:53 PM

No, mushrooms usually grew in the most humid and in the shadows area of your plant. It's not a bad thing at all! Be happy about it!
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Re: My plant is growing a mushroom! - May 20th 2022, 02:14 PM

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What kinda potted plant is it?
I forgot to label them so it’s either a calendula or a marigold. They’re too small to be planted outside yet!


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