On "The Tonight Show," Shailene Woodley brought some gifts for Jimmy Fallon's latest project: a garden.
"Did you bring anything? I don't see anything this time," Fallon jokingly asked.
Shailene was quick to respond, though: "I brought you some seeds!"
Fallon seemed to appreciate the slightly unusual gift, saying, "See, you're awesome."
Yes, she gave him seeds. Kind of an unusual gift -- but for environmentally-conscious Woodley, it wasn't too much of a stretch.
As Us Weekly pointed out, during her last appearance on the "Tonight Show, she brought Jimmy a horseradish that looked a little, um, awkward, to say the least.
Woodley's earthy lifestyle choices have piqued the interest of media outlets over the last few years, including Gawker, who referred to her as "America's Sacred Moonchild."
One of those choices is eating clay. Yes, clay.
According to NBC, she first learned about the benefits of eating clay from a taxi driver who told her that it has a lot of health benefits and it "bonds to negative isotopes." You do you, girl.
Health oddities aside, Woodley was on the show to promote her new film, "White Bird in a Blizzard," which tells the story of a girl who is searching for her missing mother. The film hits theaters Oct. 24.
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