EGGPLANT - 6 TYPES - 6 PACKS - 85+ Heirloom Seeds
6 Varieties, 6 Separate packets with sowing instructions
This is a great value purchase of multiple POPULAR Heirloom Eggplant varieties.
You will receive 15 seeds (except Red Ruffle – 10 seeds) of each of the following variety in separate pack along with prorogation notes. Please follow the given link for more information about individual listed variety.
1. Eggplant RED RUFFLE (10 Seeds) - EGGPLANT 'Red Ruffle' is an Asian variety also known as 'Hmong Red'. Fruits are 2 inches in diameter and can be picked as either green or red. If picked at green stage they are unusual attractive and very tasty. If left until fully ripened (red) they are turn slightly bitter. Can also be used for flower arrangements
2. Eggplant LOUISIANA (GREEN) (15 Seeds) - Louisina has White flesh. It is very delicious with nutty flavor and no bitterness.
3. Eggplant LONG PURPLE (15 Seeds) - Slender Italian style fruit with gorgeous dark purple coloring and mild flavor, grows up-to 25cm by 8cm wide.
4. Eggplant CASPER (WHITE) (10 Seeds) - Unusually white skin, delightfully sweet smokey flavour when grilled or roasted. Compact, just 40cm high, and high yielding - just perfect for small gardens.
5. Eggplant BLACK BEAUTY (15 Seeds) - Classic Italian eggplant with high yields and no spines. Blocky, nearly black bell-shaped fruits have a slight signature ribbing. Medium to thick skin is deep purple and glossy when mature. Compact plants benefit from staking to support heavy yields of large fruit.
6. Eggplant THAI ROUND GREEN (15 Seeds) - This south-east Asian variety is very popular in Thai and Vietnamese cooking and is a common home garden vegetable. Producing round light green white variegated striped fruit about 5cm in diameter they may be eaten raw but often included in a variety of dishes particularly stir-fry. Harvest - 80 days
Begin seeds indoors 8 to 10 weeks before planning to set out in early Spring. Eggplant loves heat, so the seeds germinate best at about 24 degrees C - use a heat mat if possible, beneath or seed flat, or find another source of bottom heat if your house is cooler than this. Cover the seeds lightly if sowing in a seed flat; They will germinate in about 1 to 2 weeks.
The seedlings crave heat and light; give them all you can (grow lights are wonderful, but kitchen fluorescents work well too if the seedlings are placed directly beneath them) and feed them weekly. They are ready to transplant whenever they have at least 2 sets of true leaves but wait until the outside weather is thoroughly warm before transplanting into garden or patio container.
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