they grow in the ground with soil they also dont take long to grow and are verry convienet
The mycelium of a fungus is similar in ways to the roots of other plants, in that they grow below ground. Unlike plants, however, the mycelium is the bigger part, while mushrooms are more like fruit, serving simply as the spore distributor.
roots are positvely geotropic hence, most of these grow underground but in some cases as in Cycas, corolloid roots grow above the ground for nitrogen fixation.
It is possible for mushrooms to grow behind your sink. Mushrooms will thrive in dump areas which provide the right conditions for them to grow.
Yes, mushrooms do grow in Canada. YES, YES, YES.
Mushrooms grow above and below ground and on trees etc. Most of the cultivated edible mushrooms grow above ground; some on trees or logs. Truffles grow underground.
some grow on trees and some grow on the ground
From what I have heard and what I have monitored morel mushrooms do not grow once they have popped if they do it is very little
Yes they grow above the ground.
Cabbages grow above ground
They grow above ground. It is a stem plant.
sunflowers grow above ground .
Parsley is a herb, the roots grow in soil, the stalks and leaves grow above ground, the parts of the plant we used as a herb all grow above ground.
No. They grow above ground on vines.
beckuz thare is more moscher in the are and the ground witch regenerats mushrooms