2008 AAS Winner. From the same breeder of Fairy Tale. Compact plants, under 36″ in height, produce awe-inspiring yields of tender fruits over a long growing season. Clustered fruits mature to dark purple in lengths of 2 to 10″, with no bitterness and few seeds. Widely adapted and miles ahead of the older, open-pollinated types. Mega-production in small spaces! Please call the store (740) 763-2873 for availability, prices, and sizes.
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Size Or Color When Ripe:
Harvest when the skin of the fruit is shiny and unwrinkled. Don’t wait too long to harvest! As soon as the skin does not rebound to gentle pressure from your finger, it’s ripe. When harvesting, do not pull the fruit (as it won’t come off). Cut the fruit with a sharp knife or pruning shears close to the stem, leaving about an inch of it attached.
Dull skin indicates that an eggplant is overripe.
Days Until Maturity: