Vegetables Eggplant
Eggplant
Eggplant
Eggplant today is a highly diverse crop widely cultivated around the globe. While eggplant generally grows best in dependably warm and settled weather, we trial varieties for performance in less favorable conditions, as well as for superior flavor and appearance. We also identify which varieties are best for field, greenhouse, and container production. To compare key characteristics, refer to our Eggplant Variety Comparison Chart.
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New
Black Beauty
Classic bell shape with attractive ribbing.
New! Classic variety.
65 Days
Out of Stock
New
Aretussa
High-yielding white eggplant.
New! High-yielding white eggplant.
60 Days
The most dependable eggplant.
58 Days
Traditional black Italian type.
67 Days
High-yielding, Black Bell type.
65 Days
Pink and white Asian type.
65 Days
Deep pink Italian type.
65 Days
Traditional black Italian type.
70 Days
Pink and white Italian heirloom.
73 Days
Purple and white variegated Italian type.
68 Days
Small white and purple variegated fruits.
64 Days
Johnny's Exclusive
Clara
Unique, large white Italian type.
65 Days
Johnny's Exclusive
Beatrice
High yields of round, bright violet, Italian-type fruits.
62 Days
Dark purple on white background, Italian type.
65 Days
Striped Italian type for greenhouse production.
65 Days
Slender, deep pink, Asian-type fruit.
65 Days
Black Italian type for greenhouse production.
65 Days
Our recommended substitute for Kermit.
60 Days
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