These Japanese egglings look like real eggs, but there's a surprise inside. Crack open the top, and you'll find seeds ready to grow. All you need is water, sunlight, and love to receive fresh basil or lavender in return. After five months, you can transport the herb to your garden and crack the eggling into tiny pieces that will fertilize the soil.
I'm not always a fan of the cute, but this gets my vote! It looks like an egg and has seeds ( basil or lavender) inside. You start the plant in the eggling and when you transplant it when it's bigger, the eggling can be crushed for fertilizer.
These egglings have the cute shape of an egg, without the fuzzy surprise inside! When these eggs hatch, they have little plants inside of them! A great Easter gift!