Lacy Ladies, also known as Poor Man's Doily, Lace Cups and Fairy Veils are mushrooms known for the intricate lace-like patterns on it's cap. The mushrooms are much beloved for its appearance. The inner flesh is a dull brown, and smells rotten when handled. A Lacy Lady will not cause much harm if eaten, but can cause an upset stomach. Lacy Ladies are difficult to cultivate and only thrive in very select regions.
Lacy Ladies are mildly toxic. It seems to naturally repulse most creatures, insects and animals alike avoid the Lacy Ladies. It does not appear to disturb the local plantlife however, making it a common pesticide in regions where it naturally grows. To produce the pesticide, the mushrooms are collected at the end of the mushroom season and soaked in water. The water becomes infused with the toxic properties of the Lacy Lady. When left to ferment over the winter, a decently potent pesticide is created for the new year.