Curious about growing mushrooms?
Mr. Mercy's Mushrooms is here to help!
Growing your own mushrooms is fun, rewarding, and tasty. Whether you’re a home gardener, hobbyist, small commercial grower, or a total beginner, we’re here to support you!
Our goal is to provide the spawn, the information and the inspiration to help you grow edible mushrooms and feed yourself, your family and even your community.
CSA Mushroom Boxes
Do you live in the West Kootenays and want fresh mushrooms weekly?
Join our CSA (Community-Supported Agriculture) Mushroom Box Program and buy in for a whole season of delicious produce!
Also known as Wine Cap or Garden Giant, this fast-growing perennial is our number one choice for gardeners. Start your patch this Spring!Learn More
Looking for a specific mushroom variety?
There are many varieties of edible mushrooms that can be easily cultivated at home!
Mr. Mercy's Mushrooms maintains a diverse culture library of edible and medicinal fungi, with some of the most popular strains listed below.
White Elm Oyster
Black Pearl King Oyster
Looking for a specific mushroom spawn type?
Easy to use for making mushroom logs. Some materials and time required.
Our easiest-to-grow product! Just add water, no equipment or experience needed.
The intermediate grower can use this to efficiently make mushroom logs or other fruiting media.
Advanced growers with a Cleanroom can use this for any fungal project.
Pure mycelial culture for advanced growers with a Cleanroom. Use for anything, and add diversity to your culture library!
Through interviews with growers and innovators, the Mycelial Network is our effort to connect you with some of our favorite fungal pioneers from across the country.
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An important part of our work is refining our own growing practices by conducting research and field trials to improve productivity and resiliency. This includes adapting to our changing local ecosystem. You can find out what we're working on here.Explore More