Ann Macdonald Posts: 8
Ann Macdonald Today at 17:31
I have a line of what looks like white fingers or white coral.the almost continuous line comes out of a group of large conifers and goes towards a large bay laurel. There are others grey mushroom like fungi running alongside. I've never seen it in the garden before and its only appeared in the last two days. Should I be worried about my trees as I have a lot of large cypress some are showing areas of brown dead looking branches.
Pics would help but it doesn't sound like honey fungus. Fungi are everywhere, rarely dangerous, often beneficial or at least harmless
In the sticks near Peterborough
Sorry best I can do with kindle. There is a large circle then a line coming from it across the garden.
I think it could be Clavulina cristata - White coral fungus http://www.clydemuirshiel.co.uk/things-to-do/wildlife/a-z-wildlife/w/white-coral-fungus-clavulina-cristata/
I don't think it'll do any damage.
Gardening in Central Norfolk on improved gritty moraine over chalk ... free-draining.