Eggplant- Seeds

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1 packet 300 seeds$ 1.59
10 grams$ 5.69
20 grams$ 9.99
50 grams$ 18.50



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Eggplant- Seeds

Family: Solanaceae 
Genus: Solanum 
Species: ovigerum 
Category:Annuals 
Height:12-18 in. (30-45 cm) 
Spacing:12-15 in. (30-38 cm) 
Sun Exposure:Sun to Partial Shade 
Bloom Color:Violet/Lavender 
Bloom Time:Mid Spring 
Foliage:Chartreuse/Yellow 
Other details: Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater

This is the Ovigerum, an ornamental Eggplant, and the fruit it produces looks just like real eggs. These miniature eggplants are approximately the size of a large chicken egg. When they first come on they're white, just like an egg. And as they mature they turn different shades of yellow. So it really does look like you have a colorful Easter Egg tree growing in your garden! The Easter Egg Plant grows well outdoors in your garden and they also do very well standing alone in containers. Because they're just like other eggplants you'll have Easter Eggs the very first year and if you save one or two you can harvest the seeds for planting again next year.

Eggplant requires fertile, well-drained soil in a pH range of 6.2-6.8. Seeds sown in early spring in the unit indoors, or 8-10 weeks before planting outdoors. Sow the seeds 4 / inch, 1/4 "deep and keep the soil temperature 80-90 ° F (27-32 ° C), until and 70 ° F (21 ° C), the seed will not germinate in cool soil . true leaves form, lean back to 2-3, "In addition to the units or transplanted into 2-3" pots or plug tray. hardening plants, reduce water and a temperature of about 60 ° F (16 ° C) about a week ago planting out. transplanted outdoors in late spring or early summer, when the weather has been completely resolved. eggplant and tender, and the cold weather could weaken their use row cover (see index) in terms of performance and insect control a real improvement. remove when plants.。

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Eggplants are short-lived perennial vegetables, but are usually cultivated as annuals. Also known as aubergines, eggplants differ mainly in size, shape and color of the fruits. Eggplants are tropical and subtropical, requiring relatively high temperatures. Related crop include tomatoes, potatoes and peppers.

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