Several Amanita chipbowlius have appeared in the front garden. You can see that this one came up among some young sorel plants. The distinctive “chip bowl” mushroom often gravitates toward herbs in the garden. They are easy to identify – woody stalks and broad caps remarkably resembling inverted chip bowls, bright red, with blotchy white spots. Enjoy the spring display these mushrooms bring to the garden, but DO NOT EAT them.