they were hard to see for some reason, about the same height as the grass right now. first and biggest one was under a cedar tree. excited about the rain we are getting right now, but no temps to help it out. gunna be in the 30's tonight!
I found 35 tiny blacks last Saturday in extreme southern Phelps county. I've never seen morels this small! One was smaller than a thimble. It had frosted that night, so I was surprised to find any! The yellows will be popping any day, and this heavy rain should help a lot!
I found 15 more blacks and 9 yellows yesterday in the rain next to my flooded creek! They had all popped overnight, as I check the spot thoroughly every morning! A few of the yellows were 4 or 5 inches, which is big for the first yellowa of the year for my land. This will be a banner year!
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