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Barbarella Hybrid Eggplant, 20 Heirloom Seeds Per Packet, Non GMO Seeds

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Brand Isla's Garden Seeds
Color Purple
Expected Blooming Period Summer, Spring
Seeds Per Packet: 20
Sunlight Exposure Partial Shade

About this item

Barbarella is an authentic Sicilian variety with a white-shaded halo and pleating. It has wonderfully dense white flesh, making it extra good for grilling. The round fruit is heavy for its size and up to 7″ diameter. The tall, sturdy, purple-tinged plant keeps going for a long season if kept picked. 65 Days to Maturity. Do not place eggplant plants outdoors until spring temperatures have steadied and be sure to harden off young plants before planting them in the garden. Grow eggplant Barbarella plants in full sun, infertile, well-draining soil. Plant eggplant successively to extend the season.

  • Barbarella is a hybrid eggplant, it has wonderfully dense white flesh, making it extra good for grilling. The round fruit is heavy for its size and up to 7″ diameter.
  • The tall, sturdy, purple-tinged plant keeps going for a long season if kept picked.
  • 65 Days to Maturity.
  • Eggplant loves the consistent heat of summer. row covers. Try using black rolls of plastic, or any methods to conserve heat may be necessary in some cooler climates. If temperatures approach lows of 55 degrees F, cover the plants. As soon as the seedlings become established, mulch them to conserve moisture and control weeds. Keep the soil evenly damp, and add fertilizer or matter once ever few weeks or so.
  • Latin Name: Solanum melongena
  • Type: Open Pollinated, Heirloom, Warm Season

USDA Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Brand Isla's Garden Seeds
Color Purple
Expected Blooming Period Summer, Spring
Seeds Per Packet: 20
Sunlight Exposure Partial Shade

About this item

Barbarella is an authentic Sicilian variety with a white-shaded halo and pleating. It has wonderfully dense white flesh, making it extra good for grilling. The round fruit is heavy for its size and up to 7″ diameter. The tall, sturdy, purple-tinged plant keeps going for a long season if kept picked. 65 Days to Maturity. Do not place eggplant plants outdoors until spring temperatures have steadied and be sure to harden off young plants before planting them in the garden. Grow eggplant Barbarella plants in full sun, infertile, well-draining soil. Plant eggplant successively to extend the season.

  • Barbarella is a hybrid eggplant, it has wonderfully dense white flesh, making it extra good for grilling. The round fruit is heavy for its size and up to 7″ diameter.
  • The tall, sturdy, purple-tinged plant keeps going for a long season if kept picked.
  • 65 Days to Maturity.
  • Eggplant loves the consistent heat of summer. row covers. Try using black rolls of plastic, or any methods to conserve heat may be necessary in some cooler climates. If temperatures approach lows of 55 degrees F, cover the plants. As soon as the seedlings become established, mulch them to conserve moisture and control weeds. Keep the soil evenly damp, and add fertilizer or matter once ever few weeks or so.
  • Latin Name: Solanum melongena
  • Type: Open Pollinated, Heirloom, Warm Season

USDA Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12