My may apples had turned brown and ramps were all laid over.
I was thinking the same thing. Our greys had just popped last week and didn't grow, too dry. I hope they will pop again this weekend.With the recent snow and rain and warm temperatures next week is there a possibility we get a second wave of morels? I know it’s a little late in the season now for southern Ohio. With the lack of moisture my spots of been pretty sparse.
What county? I'm in crawford.I'm in north central oh and I'm a newbie this is my 2nd year looking. So I creep on here everyday and read all of y'alls posts trying get some tips lol. Last year I started late but ended up finding some by accident. Was leaving wooded area I was In and decided I wasnt going home empty handed so pulled to side of rd to take me home some random tulips growing there and found 5 morels growing right beside them! So any tips you have for a new girl... I'll take them !
Don't normally find yellows up here, some years the half frees and tulips are thick, but we'll need a stretch of warms days and nights to make it happen... Maybe towards end of week I'll check back to that spotThunter - "I love it! . . . no words necessary!
Nice mess of (Mostly) Blacks. Just one grey?
This implies, to me, the rest is yet to come!!!