Psilocybe Cyanescens are a cold weather mushroom native to the Pacific Northwest. Over time it has since found its way to other areas with similar climates. They can be found under ferns, rhododendrons and other low growing shrubs. Also in grass thatch near areas where wood chips are present.
In the wild they can be found in small single patches or in larger clumps usually in and around landscaped gardens and on trails. City parks and other public places that use wood chips as ground cover landscaping are common areas you can expect to find this strain.
This mushroom will only fruit during fall and winter seasons but its mycelia network will continue to live underground throughout the year. So if you do find a growing patch one year it will most likley be there again next year. You can harvest this mushroom in the wild until a major frost occurs, this is usually the mark for the end of the season.