There are so many interesting varieties of eggplants available to grow at home today that it just makes sense to try your hand at growing this ancient vegetable.
Eggplants are a very tender, heat loving crop that require a longer, warm growing season. To get a head-start on the season, start your seeds off indoors at least 10 weeks before your last spring frost date. Ideally you want to plant your seedlings outdoors once the soil has warmed up a little and all danger of frost is past.
Most eggplants take 100 days to harvest, so be sure to plan for this and get your crops going early.
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