In the wild, morels can be found in mixed hardwood forests near aspen trees, white pines or white cedars. Areas recovering from fires and have scorched earth are oddly enough an excellent place to find morels as the high carbon content allows morels to thrive. Other areas favoured by the morel include old apple, peach or pear orchards and dead or dying elm trees. The most common places to find morels are from Washington and Oregon with limited availability from Great Lakes and eastern states locations.
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Last modified: Friday, 3 March 2017, 4:03 AM