A late fall oyster mushroom flush makes the first snow fall seem more friendly.

There is so many mushrooms that we are drying a lot. Turned into mushroom powder it is the greatest thing for adding to most baking and cooking.

A gravy, with our oyster powder as a finishing touch makes every meal special. 

Fresh oyster mushrooms can be used as a replacement in any button mushroom recipe.  



Not only do we have mushrooms we sell the logs. 

Contact us to view the logs or to buy fresh mushrooms.



We have spent most of our time working with Phoenix oysters.

They not only taste great and have excellent health benefits, they have other valuable properties.

Phoenix oyster mycelium loves petroleum products and agriculture and human coliform waste. A trench cut downhill or around a contaminated area then filled with oyster mycelium will clean the area of the contamination.

Your log needs to be kept from drying out. We recommend an eight-inch deep planting in deep shade but where rain can fall on your logs. Most logs have two flushes a year when the environment is perfect for oyster mushrooms. Watering in the summer helps and can sometimes trigger a third flush. Positioning them in a place where you walk by every day is helpful as a flush of mushrooms can happen in a short time.

I love that mushroom mycelium is everywhere here on the Sunshine Coast. Our Mount Elphinstone has great wild mushroom picking areas. Oyster mushrooms often grow on logs in where we walk our dog, Fiona.

RR7 focus is oyster mushroom logs. We only sell logs after the first flush of mushrooms. Removing the wait of 1 or 2 years, our logs will flush again whenever conditions are the same as the date of their first flush. Ensuring an enjoyable experience of watching your log produce mushrooms every year right from the start.
Our process, developed over 5 years of research and development, allows us to provide mushroom logs at an affordable cost.
We have inoculated logs with
Phoenix oyster (Pleurotus pulmonarius)
Blue oyster (Pleurotus ostreatus)
Golden oyster (Pleurotus citinopileatus

Shiitake (Lentinula edodes)
Each mushroom cultivar has a different time of year when it flushes. Making it possible to create a garden feature that often has mushrooms as part of it.s content.