Remember the little eggling?
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This is so lovely – in some spots the leaves are strong and opaque, in other areas they are thin and delicate, and you can see the shadows of other leaves breathing through them.
Simple and complex – the very best of photographs.
i sure do remember that eggling! – and my oh my how she's grown … verdant and lovely!
WOWOWOWEEEEEEEEE!!!!Truly gorgeous.It would be wonderful art on a kitchen wall……Your little eggling did very well, indeed.*whispers* Now what happens to it?
The little eggling sprouted a lot! You must feel like a proud mom.
the cutest "flower pot" evah !!!!
what egg is that? the shell looks too thick to be a hen's egg?
🙂 Thank you. I am enamored with these little eggs.
Thank you, Aubrey. The plant is so..alive, it is a pleasure to watch it grow.
🙂 Verdant..such an apt word for this one.
🙂 Thank you, Robbbie!I think it can stay in the egg for a very long time. When the egg starts to crack, I will plant the whole thing in the ground, where hopefully the plants will grow and the eggshell will become fertilizer.
Ha ha..very accurate! I do.
Thank you! When the flowers arrive, I will eat them just to prove the 'culinary' hypothesis!
A clay egg. The kind made by men in factories. 😀
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