Aubergine Seeds - Black Beauty Variety - 10 Seeds
I know that aubergine is one of those vegetables that makes me love vegetables. Baked, barbequed, or fried it tastes absolutely delicious. Now imagine that home baked dish with home-grown aubergine, how much better is life now.
You’re not sure you can do that. We believe in you. You can do this. You can grow your own aubergine and we’re here to help.
To help you find vegetable plants to grow at home, we carefully chose a variety called Black Beauty which:
- Gives an abundant crop of tasty fruits
- Is an excellent quality producing sturdy plants
- Gives a smooth fruit with tasty creamy-coloured flesh
- Veg you can grow indoors
- Veg to grow in an apartment
- Easy for growing vegetables in a small garden as well as a large one
The sooner you plant the seeds the sooner they’ll grow. Don’t regret not starting your home grown veg adventure today!
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Home Grown Life
We’re working every day to help everyone who is interested in growing vegetables at home. We help you to find veg you can grow indoors, vegetables to grow in an apartment and we’re here to help those growing vegetables in a small garden. We’ll show you the easiest vegetables to grow, and give you veg seeds and starter packs so you can start your home grown veg adventure today. Please let us know if you have any ideas or questions.
🌿 How to grow Aubergine from seed
What to do
- Sow indoors between 2 - February and 5 - May or outdoors in 3 - March or 4 - April
- Soak them in water for 24 hours before to help germination
- Pop them on the surface of nice free draining moist soil and cover with around 5mm of vermiculite or compost
- Put them in a propagator or plastic bag to keep them warm (18-21 degrees) until the seedlings come out – usually around 10-14 days
- When the seedlings are big enough to handle transplant them to a slightly bigger pot at a slightly cooler temperature
- For outdoors, when all risk of frost has passed harden off your aubergines and then put them in their final position around 90 cm apart
- If you want to keep them indoors put them in a bigger pot or put two plants per grow bag
- They love the sun and to be protected
- Have fun!