CRAZY idea, I know. But I had to share it. these plants are non edible easter egg like buds. You can buy the seeds that bloom and look like easter eggs.
EASTER EGG PLANT Ornamental Eggplant Solanum melongena 100 Seeds
ARE ACTUAL PHOTOS OF MY EASTER EGG PLANT
Ornamental Eggplant Solanum
Botanical Name: Solanum melongena
Quantity: 25+ Fresh Homegrown Handpicked Seeds
YOU WILL HARVEST MANY EGGS WHICH PRODUCES A LOT
This easy-to-grow plant reaches 12-20 inches tall and produces
purple flowers and egg-shaped, non-edible, non-poisonous fruit. The fruit change
from white to yellow and remain on the plant for weeks under proper
Golden Eggs thrives in a warm to hot
environment and does best in full sun. Plants can be pinched, pruned or sheared
depending on how they are used, including pot plants, large tubs or containers
and as an ornamental hedge.
KIDS OF ALL AGES WILL BE AMAZED
AND LOVE TO WATCH THESE GROW
LOOKS A FEELS LIKE A REAL EGG
GARDEN SOIL, PATIO POTS
GROW INDOORS AS A HOUSEPLANT MAKES A GREAT
White Egg-shaped Eggplant is a
new hybrid vegetable in Asia especially in Thailand and it is tasty with
superior favor and popular in Europe and United States as well.
Eggplant is typically planted as a transplant. Sow the seeds indoors
in a loose potting mixture about 6 to 8 weeks before the last expected date of
frost in the Spring. Soil temperatures should be between 70° and 75° F for
optimum germination. Most seed germinates in 6 to 12 days. Sow seed on top of
the media in flats and cover lightly with vermiculite or other media. Mist to
keep surface moist or cover with moist newspaper or clear plastic. When most of
the seedlings emerge, remove the newspaper or plastic and allow the plants to
get plenty of sunlight or place a bank of flourescent lights about 4 inches
above the flat, moving the light upward as the plants grow.
seedlings get their first true set of leaves, carefully transplant them into
individual containers. Dig under plants, lift and separate them carefully to
avoid breaking fragile stems or damaging tender roots. Make a hole in the soil
in the transplant pot and lower the plant into it to the first leaf stem. Roots
develop along the buried stem.
When the date for planting is approaching,
move plants outdoors to a protected area where they get full sun but are out of
the wind. Bring them indoors at night or during cold snaps. Continue this for
three to four days before transplanting.
Eggplants are more susceptible
to low temperature injury than tomatoes. Do not set them out until daytime
temperatures are in the 70° F range. Plants damaged by cold become hard and
stunted. Use hot caps if necessary to protect them from cold
Plants are well adapted to drip irrigation provided placement of
plants matches the drip holes in the irrigation hose.
For wide row planting,
place plants allowing about 18" to 24" between plants.
In containers, use
varieties with medium to small fruits grown high on the plant. These are more
attractive than low-growing heavy fruited types. Place containers in warm sunny
Maturity period/ Harvest info
Approximately 60 days.
Fast harvest variety