Lion's Mane Mushroom Spores Spawn | Mycelium (on Dry Seeds)
Hericium Erinaceus is the scientific name for the commonly known mushroom, lion’s mane. Lion’s mane also has other popular nicknames such as monkey’s head, hedgehog, pom pom, and bear’s head.
The icicle-like tendrils that hang from the white rubbery flesh of the lion’s mane make it the most unique-looking mushroom on the planet. With age, the tips of tendrils change colors from white to a brown-yellow tint. These distinct features make it stand out from all other mushroom species.
In nature, lion’s mane tends to grow on dead or dying oak, walnut, beech, maple, sycamore, or other broadleaf trees. The southern regions of the united states are the most abundant areas to find lion’s mane growing in the wild.