A so called \"Black\" morel spot is something that most morel hunters cherish. These spots usually produce from year to year and will continue to produce early for a while each year. I would venture to say if you get some rain you will be good to go next weekend. Blacks grow fast and dry out fast if there is no moisture. I would say if it gets dry there I would go out Wed or Thursday of this week. If it rains mid week I would wait till Saturday. If your soil is really wet you may be good to go regardless, but I would have a hard time waiting till Saturday.lol
and one more pic of some kind of shroom ( I guess ) growing out of a hole in a tree.
PS - I checked several places where there is some wild seng and did not see any wild seng tops up yet.
But now those tops that are up in my seed producing bed are wild roots. Seems odd to me that there would be so many of them up, but none of the wild in my woods is up. I guess it could be because they are in a raised/cultivated bed and up higher on the hill than most of the wild seng spots I have been checking.