The Almond Portobello has a texture like the portobellos found at your grocer, but its homegrown freshness and a slight almond taste and smell make these a gourmet delight when grilled or lightly sautéed.
This mushroom is sought for its medicinal ability to modulate the body’s immune system to make cells that fight tumors and abnormal cell growth.
Planted in compost in the spring, they grow well as the weather warms. These portobellos are an excellent choice for growing in the garden, forest, or greenhouse. Spawn is available from March through October.