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😳 So uuuuh… came into my plant room today and saw my plant growing some little friends. Anyone want to help me identify them, as well as treatment tips? 🤦🏻♀️
0ft to light, indirect
6” pot with drainage
Last watered 4 days ago
saprotrophic mushrooms feed on dead organic matter. They then release it back into the soil in a way the plant can use it as a food. 😊
These mushrooms are normal in a plant pot. They indicate the soil is damp but fertile. They can be left or removed.
Mushrooms reproduce with spores. A few more can be expected. To remove them, just pull on the stem. 😍
This means the soil is healthy!! Yay!!! 🥰
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