Pot Black #7007 (20 seeds)
Compact variety bred especially for container growing produces an abundance of 2 to 3-oz. glossy oval black eggplant over a long growing season. Early maturity and plenty of vigor make this a great variety for any garden, including those growing in containers. Attractive plants produce tender, very attractive and tasty fruit. 60 days.
Prosperosa #7240 (30 seeds)
Round, deep violet fruit comes from Tuscany originally, and is an Italian heirloom. Eggplant are about the size of a Rosa Bianca, but are a beautiful jewel-toned purple on the outside, with white, mild tasting flesh inside. This is a very productive variety, and offers something different in color and shape for the eggplant grower. 73 days.
Rosita #7248 (30 seeds)
Large size and lovely pink-lavender skin is part of what makes Rosita special. Another characteristic is some of the whitest, mildest flesh of any eggplant available. Large fruits have a teardrop shape and become 8 to 9 inches long and about 4 inches across. Developed in Puerto Rico in the 1940's. 70 days.
Round Mauve #7442 (30 seeds)
This beautiful eggplant is spherical, about 4 in. across, with rosy lavender thin skin and a pure white interior. We love to cook with this variety as its size is ample without being overwhelming, and the flesh is mild and meaty with absolutely no trace of bitterness. Earliness and great productivity add to the attributes of this terrific eggplant. 65 days.
Satin Moon Hybrid #7815 (30 seeds) SOLD OUT FOR 2017
An improved version of Satin Beauty, this variety is a gorgeous purple-black, slightly fluted oval eggplant that is 6 to 8 inches long. Its firm, high-quality flesh is mild and flavorful and its shape lends itself to large, meaty slices for Italian eggplant dishes or cooking on the grill. Because of its very early maturity, it is well suited to growing in northern climates as well as warmer areas. 50 days.
Shikou Hybrid #7160 (30 seeds)
Slender Asian eggplant is 6 to 8 in. long and dark purple with a purple calyx to match. Very few seeds, tender skin, and white flesh make this eggplant easy to prepare. No peeling or salting is necessary and fruit can be easily sliced and sauteed, stir fried, or cooked on the grill. The Japanese word Shikou means “supreme” and we think that is a fitting name for this very high-quality eggplant. Medium-sized plants are quite productive. 70 days.