This slender Asian eggplant is one of the longest available. Its beautiful purple skin is so thin that peeling is unnecessary and creamy white flesh is reliably mild with no bitterness. Plants produce an abundance of fruit that can grow well over a foot long. Easy to grow and wonderful for grilling or adding to stir-fries. 65 days.
A Japanese type with good flavor and attractive 7 ounce fruit that reach 8 to 10 inches in length. Plants are vigorous and normally do well in the heat. Perfect for stir fry, grilling, or veggie Thai curry. Never bitter. 55 days.
Named after its town of origin in Taiwan, this slender violet-purple eggplant becomes at least 12 inches long and has an excellent, mild flavor and tender white flesh. Produces continuous, large harvests despite summer heat and humidity. 65 days.
Slender, glossy-black Asian eggplant is 8 to 10 inches long with thin skin, mild flesh, and delicate flavor. It matures very quickly and sets fruit in a wide range of temperatures, which makes harvests last even longer. Enjoy these versatile eggplant grilled, roasted, or stir-fried. 58 days.
Slender Asian eggplant is 6 to 8 inches long and dark purple with a purple calyx to match. Very few seeds, tender skin, and white flesh make this eggplant easy to prepare. No peeling or salting is necessary and fruit can be easily sliced and sauteed, stir-fried, or cooked on the grill. The Japanese word Shikou means “supreme” and we think that is a fitting name for this very high-quality eggplant. Medium-sized plants are quite productive. 70 days.