The eggplant grows one long stalk, which at first is curled up and straightens out while growing longer, in the centre of a cushion of very thick, round leaves. The stalk bears few, narrow leaves, and the blossoms and fruits. The blossoms are at first view indistinguishable from buds, the hard-shelled fruits are white. When ripe, they fall on the cushoin of leaves, where the chick inside can hatch, to be adopted by a nearby hen.
You didn't really think chickens lay eggs, did you? That's unhygienic. XP
Again, I blame Mutt, at least partly.
Trading Card sized (3.5 by 2.5 inches), inked outlines and colour pencils on drawing paper
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