Got black spore, so not an armarillia. Some kind of spylocibe?
Not sure if it is spectalus or junilus
What are the two plants?
Shiso? Square stalk with groove on each side. Taste and smell very mild, not much like the market shiso at all. Kinda hairy.
I think, not sure. Taste quite tart and sour. Trace of oxalic acid i guessing.
Leave are kinda shiny on top, white powdery and silver bottom, stalk a bit purple fiber. Tasted bitter in a nice way when cooked. Don't think it tasted bitter raw.
Square stalk, serrated leaves, smell and taste mild. I have no idea what it is.
Hmm all i know is that it is call Australian bush cherry, or lilli pili berry. The leaves from on the specie with that scientific name seem to be off, may ne i got the wrong variety?
can't exactly decide which mahonia it is
Amanita phalloides var. alba
Wild bird, at feeding station with golden-crowned sparrows and junos, with wide, arched wide white supercilia and triangular white throat patch, clear breast and darker crown stripes above the white.
Found growing on wood, was not able to get a spore print on a white paper
Reminds me of a giant scarlet pimpernel. Growing wild at the edge of my favorite empty lot.
not completely sure, waiting for the orange flower. I also got most of the identification part from theweedyone from instagram. Awesome guy, he seem to know a lot.
prickly little thing, even though it not flowering in this picture, the prickly say its a galium aparine.
A wild edible. Say to contain a good amount of vitamin C. Known as a use for lymphatic, and blood purifier.
There are some turkey tail on that log as well
Not exactly sure what is it? look like some kind of sage bush
black sage, short white flower, and dark lance leave are it's identifying key and to tell it apart from purple sage.
Smell quite nice, like the common sage at the market, but a little bit milder. Goes great as tea with a bit of honey, or can be use as herb in cooking.
There are some readings saying that sage have compound that increase more blood flow to the brain. It got something to do with increasing the charge of the blood cell, making them repel each other, increasing diffusing rate. very interesting stuff. Still should do your own research to be sure though.