Eggplant Black Beauty Black Beauty is a very well-adapted open-pollinated variety, thriving in almost every part of the country. It boasts big yields of large, glossy, delectable fruit. Try it this season and you'll become one of its thousands of fans! These large, glossy fruits are a deep purple so intense it looks black. They arise in great numbers on plants 21 to 30 inches high -- you can expect a dozen or so fruits per plant. That's a terrific yield from such a compact, easy-to-grow plant! Be sure to stake the plant early in the season to support its bounty of fruit! This information comes from Park Seed Company one of the many vendors we purchase our seeds from.
Eggplant Fairytale Our earliest eggplant won the 2005 AAS Award for breathtaking, elongated, 4 in. by 2-in. lavender fruits with striking white stripes. Fruits, set in clusters of 4 to 6, are succulent, tender, sweet, bitter-free and nearly seedless for true gourmet quality. This information comes from Seeds 'n Such one of the many vendors we purchase our seeds from.
Eggplant Gretel Brilliant, glossy white eggplants with mild, sweet flavor produced in clusters on compact, 3-ft plants. 2009 AAS Winner shows great productivity and wide adaptability. Harvest at 3 to 4-in. long for maximum tenderness and mildness, then grill or sauté for exquisite eating. Ideal for containers. This information comes from Seeds 'n Such one of the many vendors we purchase our seeds from.
Eggplant Hansel 2008 AAS Winner as the first mini-eggplant with exceptionally high yields and wide adaptability. Dark purple fruits are finger-sized, produced in clusters of 3 to 6, and should be harvested from just 2 to 3 in. all the way to 10 in., as they remain tender and sweet with few seeds. Compact, remarkably prolific, 3-ft. plants can be grown in containers. This information comes from Seeds 'N Such one of the many vendors we purchase our seeds from.
Eggplant Patio Baby Eggplants in pretty tubs on the patio, or marching up the front steps in terracotta pots? With Patio Baby, it's so easy! This natural dwarf plant sets fruit all summer long -- an astonishing 25 to 50 eggplants per plant! -- that you pick when it's just a few inches in diameter, tender and succulent. If you love cooking with baby eggplants but can never get enough from full-sized plants -- or if you're looking to grow more of your vegetable garden in containers -- Patio Baby is the one for you!Even those who aren't crazy about eggplants will thrill to the mild, rich flavor of this 2014 All-America Selection winner. The fruit is ready in less than 7 weeks from transplanting the seedlings in spring. Just 2 to 3 inches in diameter, they are a glossy purple so dark it looks black. And they arise on thornless stems, so you don't have to wear gloves to pick them! As soon as you harvest one, another begins growing to take its place. So easy, so productive, so delicious! This information comes from Parks Seed Company one of the many vendors we purchase our seeds from.