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Ratatouille from heirloom vegs #1 (my pic)

Ahhhhh Eggplants…..glorious creatures and with such versatility! They compliment anything you put them with, and are also a nutrition-dense food meaning that they contain lotsa vitamins, minerals, and fiber but few calories. They are also high in anti-oxidants, and help with blood sugar control. And did I mention how STUNNINGLY gorgeous they are? The leaves are velvety, soft, and dark green, and their flowers can range from a very pale lavender/white to a deep bright purple. And the fruits—-just look at the pictures below! How much more ornamental can ya get??!!!

All varieties grow extremely well, whether in a garden bed or in a medium-sized container. Just don’t forget to use organic material and worm castings! They like the sun, but can definitely grow and flourish in just morning sun/partial sun. Now ya KNOW ya just gotta try at LEAST one……

Ratatouille finished The Taste Of Summer (my pic)

Eggplant ‘Casper’

Picture: Eggplant Casper

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24” ht – (75 days) – ($5.95) A beautiful AND tasty Eggplant, this one has medium sized ghostly-white fruit in abundance!

Photo courtesy Baker Creek.

Eggplant ‘Chinese String’

Eggplant Chinese String

New in 2024

Photo courtesy of Baker Creek

Eggplant ‘Japanese White Egg’

Picture: Japanese White Egg

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24″ ht – (75 days) – ($5.95) A beautiful AND tasty Eggplant, this one has medium sized ghostly-white fruit abundance! Photo courtesy of Baker Creek.

Eggplant ‘Kamo’

Eggplant Kamo #2 (my pic)

(75 days) – ($5.95)- This is thought of as the BEST gourmet Eggplant in Japan (high praise indeed!), and produces satiny deep purple globes with flesh that is creamy and mild. Can’t wait to try her!

Eggplant ‘Little Fingers’

Eggplant Little Fingers EXCELLENT (my pic)

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(65 days) – ($5.95)- I have grown this adorable little eggplant for a few years and keep forgetting to take pictures and put her on my website! She produces lots of small, long, purple (almost black) eggplants on very compact plants. PERFECT in containers, and can be harvested when just finger sized!

Eggplant ‘Listada’

Eggplant Listada De Gandia (courtesy Baker Creek)

(85 days) ($5.95) This eggplant from Spain forms stunningly beautiful 7” long white fruits with purple stripes. Another candidate for my ratatouille! Photo courtesy of Baker Creek.

Eggplant ‘Nagasaki Long’

Eggplant Nagasaki Long (courtesy Baker Creek)

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(75 days) – ($5.95)- This one has exceptional tolerance to heat and humidity, and produces mild, velvety, slightly nutty tasting extra- long deep purple fruits. Photo courtesy of Baker Creek

Eggplant ‘Ping Tung’

Eggplant Ping Tung (customer one days harvest)

(75 days) – ($5.95)- I LOVE LOVE LOVE this eggplant….probably my favorite that I have tried thus far! I use her in my yummy ratatouille (THE taste of summer!), and in stir-fry’s, and she is a HUMONGOUS producer of stunningly gorgeous long, slender fruits. A gotta-try for sure!!! Photo courtesy of Customer One Days Harvest.

Eggplant ‘Rosa Bianca’

Picture: Eggplant Rosa Bianca

24″ ht – (80 days) – ($5.95) I can be a tad obsessive, and after discovering Ratatouille last year, (I know, where have I been??!) I figured this would be perfect for it! Beautiful marbled pink/violet and white fruits are produced in abundance; described as “creamy” and holding up very well on the grill (doesn’t fall apart!) A real gourmet treat”

Photo courtesy of Baker Creek.

Eggplant ‘Thai Lavender Frog Eggs’

Picture: Eggplant Thai Lavender Frog Eggs

24” ht – (80 days) – ($5.95) So hold up your hand if you are surprised that Contrary Mary would grow this one….bet no one’s hand is up, right?! How could you resist this darling that bears fruit the size of cherry tomatoes that is lavender and cream. Very high producer too! Even if you don’t like eggplant this one needs to be in a pot on your patio! Photo courtesy Baker Creek.