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I bought my first Home Depot plant about 4-6 weeks ago.  It's a Cordyline,
but not like my C. baurii.  This one has wide dark purple leaves that are
streaked with a sort of hot pink.  I placed it near my front door and gave
it a bit of water, but that's all for now.  I plant to plant it outside in
my TP garden this summer.  The potting soil is now sprouting nasty-looking,
tall, beige-ish mushrooms.  I've never had a houseplant do that.  What do I
do, besides the obvious of pulling them out?  Why are they there?  Some sort
of soil imbalance?


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