Eggling - Wild Strawberry
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Update: 5/17/15 Still growing strong ♥
Educational value... This might confuse kids with the whole chick and the egg thing.
It's an Egg.. It's not durable.
Over all the concept is neat. Great present for someone who likes plants and eggs, but the execution sucks. I'm getting Sea Monkey's next time.
I bought several plants for my daughter for Easter this year on Amazon. The Wee Enchanted Garden, Tickle-Me Plants, and this Eggling (despite the bad reviews.)
The little garden is doing marvelously, the Tickle-Me plants are all growing and thriving...and I have an egg with dirt in it on the counter.
Cute idea, but total waste of money. :(
In theory this concept is really cute and should be very easy. Crack egg, water egg, sun egg and then plant egg w/sprouts to final resting place. I didn't expect the final resting place to be the trash can.
Not only did the Eggling not sprout, but the additional seeds they included (for "added success" according to the instructions) did not sprout.
Don't waste your money on this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought one with shasta daisies three years ago, they grew to tiny plants but stalled. Put them in the ground and now have a few huge plants that bloom all summer long.Published 1 month ago by Omar Javed
It doesn't grow. My son got one of these and he did everything he could to help it survive. Everything that did grow were very tiny leaves and died the next day. Read morePublished 3 months ago by kirk Gottschalk
I bought 2 for my kiddos hoping at least one would sprout. Nope, nothing happened. Even after the fun was lost of "waiting to see if something sprouted" I still watered... Read morePublished 6 months ago by P.Gilly
Most reviews claim the thing never grows, but seriously it's not that hard. I'm not an excellent gardener and I got it to grow with little issue. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Justin Horton