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I have a weeping Blue Atlas Cedar tree (Cedrus Atlantica Glauca Pendula) which was planted in a large wooden planter box in June last year. A mix of good quality outdoor container mix plus organic compost was used and topped off with a layer of Mulch & Grow and a layer of fine bark chips on top. A few weeks ago toadstools started appearing & I am having to remove them on a weekly basis. I am suspecting that the spores must have either been in the compost or the mulch & grow that was used. Both of these were purchased bagged products.
Any suggestions on how to discourage these please other than removing the top few inches of soil & replacing as tree is too large to completely repot.
Thanks in advance!

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Hi Mary-Anne, They do not do any damage to plant or soil, if you do not like them keep disturbing the top layer of the mulch a little. It is quite common for them to pop up in many of the Mulches, part of mother Nature.

Thanks the Palmers Team

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