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I may be wrong but I doubt if the seeds would germinate through turf. Scattering the seed over recently laid turf probably won't work either. You have several options. You could use wildflower turf, but that would be more expensive than ordinary turf. You could just let nature take its course and wait for wild flowers colonise the lawn by themselves (some ...


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Depending on what you mean by "mushroom", some are not difficult to propagate , many are difficult to propagate. They have specific environmental needs . I have started cominus comatus -shaggy manes -a few places ; they are tolerant of location. I have just tossed the mature mushrooms onto lawns. I have read that shitake grow fairly well on oak ...


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As long as you don't let them dry out it should be fine to wait until next week when it's forecast to get warmer. I've just taken the dog for a walk (I live in Essex) and the ground is frozen solid - no point trying to plant into that. When the ground has thawed out, plant them as soon as you can, don't let them dry out and keep the surrounding soil weed ...


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