Morels live in and on the edge of forested areas. Look for ash, aspen, elm, and oak trees, around which morels often grow. Early in the spring as the ground is warming, you'll find them on south-facing slopes in fairly open areas. As the season progresses, go deeper into the woods and onto north-facing slopes.
Also question is, where do you find morel mushrooms?
They like where the needle bed is reddish and are often in between tree roots or the shade of fallen timber. You won't have much luck where regrowth has taken off, that is where the ground has already 'greened up'. The more mosquitos biting the more likely you are to find morels.
One may also ask, where do morels grow in the US?
In the U.S., Morel mushrooms are found in abundance from middle Tennessee northward into Michigan and Wisconsin and Vermont and as far west as Oklahoma. By regularly visiting the sightings map you can track the progression from the southern states through the northern states.
What is the best time of day to hunt morels?
Timing is everything Morels grow best in spring, mid-April to late May, when the daytime temps reach around 60–65 degrees while the evening temps stay above 50 degrees. This helps to warm the soil to 50+ degrees, which is important for morel mushrooms and many other fungi to grow.
Can you grow morels indoors?
So yes, it is possible to grow them indoors, however unlikely. The process is similar to other types of mushroom cultivation: Growth of morel mycelia from spores or a small piece of mushroom on a nutritious agar media.