Japanese Eggplant Seeds
Japanese eggplants are very prolific and highly disease resistant. Can yield up to 50 fruits per plant. Produces long eggplants that are great for baking, frying and pickling. The eggplants will mature in 75 days.
How to Grow Eggplant
Eggplant loves the heat and should be planted in full sun. Prefers a rich, fertile soil, so be sure to add lots of compost. The seeds germinate best when the temperature is at 24 C. Sow the seeds .5″ (1.3 cm) deep after the last risk of frost has past. Space the plants 2 feet apart.
When watering the plants, give them a good soaking. Established eggplants require 1-1.5 inches of water per week. Mulching will help keep weeds and pests away.