(Solanum melongena) Developed by the late Professor Elwyn Meader in
New Hampshire in 1964. Productive upright 2-3'
plants. Oval fruits are 5" in diameter with pale
green skin and mild white flesh. Non-acid flavor, no
need to peel. Extra-early and productive, does well
even in cool and wet conditions. 62-70 days from
8 weeks before last frost
Green Thumb Tip Sow seeds indoors ¼" deep. Transplant outdoors
once danger of frost has passed and soil is warm.
Using landscape fabric or black plastic can
accelerate growth and productivity in cooler
climates. ± 6,100 seeds/oz
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