So far this past week we’ve found at five distinctly different types of fungus/mushrooms growing in the garden. But can only confidently identify three of them. The first is the ‘common bonnet’ type above, growing out of a decaying fallen branch.
The next is the very distinctive shaggy ink cap.
And then there’s the ‘wood ear’ (also known as jelly ear, and for some reason I’d probably rather not know, ‘Jew’s ear’).
Then there’s the unknowns…