Eggplant is truly a hot weather plant, needing a long warm season. For most areas, plant seed indoors 8 weeks before transplanting. Plant 1/4 inch deep in very warm soil (80-90 F), keep moist but not wet, and expect to up pot before transplanting outside. Once germinated, cool the temperature to about 70 F. Transplant after weather has settled into consistently warm temperatures, for many areas this would be sometime in May or June.
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This early hybrid eggplant produces long, deep purple fruits with a green caliyx. The plants are tal..
A wonderful Italian variety, well suited for stuffing with its classic 'egg' shape, but great for ma..
Popular standard heirloom eggplant. Glossy purplish-black fruits with up to 5 per plant. Large fruit..
Small Eggplant in the "Fingers" series in a mix of the three colors of White, Green and Purple. Untr..
Small Eggplant in the "Fingers" series of Green color. Untreated seed...
Authentic Kyoto Eggplant from Japan. Rich flavor and deep color are perfect for the restaurant marke..
From Naples, Italy comes this classic eggplant with deep glossy purple elongated fruits. The long sh..
Here's a terrific early eggplant for the home grower wanting to grow eggplant, but have been intimid..
Like the EP07 Ophelia, this small early eggplant is suitable for small spaces and container cultivat..
Large light mauve to purple round eggplant well-known in Europe's fine restaurants & markets. From ..
Small Eggplant in the "Fingers" series of Purple color. Untreated seed...
Hybrid uniform variety from Italy. The external appearance of the fruit is similar to a slightly elo..
This long cylindrical Eggplant produces fruits that ar 8.5 to 9.5 inches long and over 2 inches in d..
This is a unique selection of eggplant originating from Turkey. Compact plants produce an abundance..