Bugger - can't find that for iPhone. (I'll look around for something similar, no luck so far.)
I have to admit - I ordered some dried calendula petals on Amazon - they were part of an interesting Chicken Chick recipe anyway, but I am also hopeful for more blue to my eggs. That being said, I am beginning to question my expectations. When I look at my girls' eggs day by day, they actually look to be a pretty pale blue to me, with a bit of a green tinge. They are not robins egg blue, granted, but I really do wonder if my expectations were at all reasonable. These eggs are fairly blue to my eyes in natural light. I have shown photos to (non chicken) friends, and they all identify them as blue. I think I'm being over critical of their color. Of course, getting an accurate photo color representation is so tough...
Egg color is HARD (says chicken farmer Barbie...)
(Side note - I would pay GOOD MONEY for a Chicken Farmer Barbie - I'd give one to my niece and keep one for myself...)
- Ant Farm
Dried calendula petals? Do tell me more. As to egg color most of the CL eggs I have seen, both in pics and personally have been a blue with a green tinge. You wouldn't mistake them for an Amer. blue egg in the box. I think that nature intended a slightly different color just for variety. After all who wants just blue eggs when you can have white, green, brown etc.?
I want Chicken Farmer Barbie too. But only if she has accessory chickens . You know Hasbro would give her a plain white sorta leghorn chicken.