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The coloring and appearance of a Verdant Egg in Palworld leaves little doubt as to what type of Pal will hatch from it. A Verdant Egg can only hatch Grass-types in Palworld, but what specific Pals will spawn from the different types of Verdant Eggs?

You have three kinds of Verdant Eggs, and all of them can hatch different Pals. In this guide, I’ll break down what Pals can hatch from each type of Verdant Egg in Palworld so you know exactly what you might be getting when incubating the green egg.

Every Pal that hatches from a Verdant Egg in Palworld

In most cases with any egg in Palworld, you can expect rarer Pals to hatch from larger eggs. So, for example, a Pal like Gumoss, who’s found in the starting region of the game, won’t hatch from a Huge Verdant Egg, but instead from a regular one. Alternatively, something as rare and large as Mammorest or Lyleen can only hatch from a Huge Verdant Egg.

Screenshot via Upcomer

You can see the list of every possible Pal that can hatch from a Verdant Egg below:

  • Beegarde
  • Bristla
  • Caprity
  • Cinnamoth
  • Flopie
  • Gumoss
  • Lifmunk
  • Tanzee
  • Broncherry
  • Dinossom
  • Robinquill Terra
  • Elizabee
  • Mammorest
  • Lyleen
  • Verdash
  • Vaelet

The start of the list, which includes Pals such as Beegarde, Cinnamoth, and Lifmunk, will hatch from regular Verdant Eggs. Then, the middle of the list, namely Broncherry and Dinossum, come from Large Verdant Eggs, as those Pals are still fairly common on the map. Finally, the last few Pals on the list hatch from Huge Verdant Eggs.

Related: Every Pal that can hatch from a Damp Egg in Palworld, listed

One of the Pals that hatch from Huge Verdant Eggs, Lyleen, can be acquired through breeding (Mossanda + Petallia). The rest can hatch naturally whenever you pick up a random Huge Verdant Egg in the wild, which are quite rare in my experience.

How to hatch a Verdant Egg in Palworld

Once you find a Verdant Egg, you can place it in an Egg Incubator and wait for it to hatch. If you want to ensure the egg hatches as quickly as possible, I recommend keeping your incubator inside a building to keep the egg at a moderate temperature.

With Verdant Eggs, you don’t want them too hot or too cold, so also don’t place a Heater, Campfire, or Cooler next to them unless you’re in a harsher biome. For example, if your base is in the tundra biome, you want to place a Heater next to the Verdant Egg to keep it insulated.