Lion’s Mane Grow Stick


Lion’s Mane (Hericium erinaceus)

This mushroom has a interesting, unusual shape and is fairly easy to fruit.

It has a delicious flavour and boasts many health benefits too.


Lion’s Mane (Hericium erinaceus) is a very unique and interesting mushroom. Rather than the classic mushroom shape of spine and cap, the Lion’s Mane mushroom consists of many cascading spines that form ball-shaped structures which can grow quite large. They are especially white when young, and may change to a light yellow or brown once mature.

Cutting perpendicular to the direction of the spines to make disks, and then pan-frying with garlic until the disks are a golden brown is a great way to enjoy these mushrooms which are described as being a good substitute for chicken. Not only are they a culinary delight, but they also boast many health benefits!

Check out our Fruiting Kits category in our shop to make fruiting your mushrooms as fun and easy as possible!

Fruiting months: Late Autumn, Winter, Early Spring

Pinning Temp: 10°C – 15°C

Pinning Humidity: 95% – 100%

Fruiting Temp:  18°C – 24°C

Fruiting Humidity: 90% – 95%

Cultivation Difficulty: Easy-Medium

Fruiting Instructions: Please refer to our Knowledge Portal for detailed instructions on how best to fruit this species.


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