Alexandra Park is very interesting from a mycological point of view, partly because there is such a wide variety of trees, including many conifers which attract big range of symbiotic partners. Two nationally rare species fruit every year, and I’ve seen well over a hundred over the years I’ve been dog-walking there, including at least 30 edible species. We’ll cover everything we find that I am able to identify in the field, with a focus on edibility.
This event will take place on Friday September 27th, starting at 2pm, lasting up to 2 hours (depending on how much fungi is around). We did a free version of this last year, and too many people turned up, although we found plenty of fungi even though it was exceptionally dry. This year there will be a small charge of £3 per adult, with places limited to 20.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult ticket||£3.00 per ticket|
Under 18s free.
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