Loading... Please wait...

Only Heirloom Varieties - No Hybrids - No GMOs - Family Owned and Operated

Categories

Eggplant

Traditionally eaten in Mediterranean, Asian, and Indian cuisine, our favorite preparations are curried, roasted, and stuffed. Heirloom eggplants are mild with no bitterness. In addition, they are beautiful and a lot of fun to grow. Teardrop shaped to long and thin, they range in colors from pale green to dark purple, with patterns from solid to striped to blushed.

Items marked with a star are Annie's Favorites.

Minimum 25 seeds per packet unless otherwise noted in the product description.

Sort by:
  • Black Beauty Eggplant
    $2.00 Black Beauty Eggplant
    90 day.   The old standard of eggplants.  With it's large, dark purple fruits on moderate sized plants, it is a great all purpose eggplant for making eggplant parmesan.    Minimum of 25 seeds per...
  • Casper Eggplant
    $2.50 Casper Eggplant
    70 days. A beautiful, tear drop, ivory white eggplant. Originally from France, it is a delicious as well as beautiful eggplant.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet.
  • Kamo Eggplant *
    $2.00 Kamo Eggplant *
    65 days.  Grown for hundreds of years, this beautiful and unique eggplant is prized for it's excellent flavor.  Deep purple, with a purple calyx and a flat bottom, this tear drop shaped eggpant is truly a delicacy...
  • Prosperosa Eggplant
    $2.00 Prosperosa Eggplant
    70-78 day.  Prosperosa is a wonderful eggplant.  Baseball to softball sized purple fruits with white shoulders.  It is good just sauteed in olive oil, but makes for excellent eggplant parmesan or curry as...
  • Rosa Bianca Eggplant
    $2.00 Rosa Bianca Eggplant
    75 day.  A beautiful Italian variety, white with a lavender blush.  It has a wonderful flavor and has the traditional egg shape.  A great choice for stuffing or eggplant parmesan.   Minimum of 25...
  • Round Mauve Eggplant
    $2.50 Round Mauve Eggplant
    89-90 days. Originally from China, these round, eggplant are best harvested when the size of a tennis ball. These compact plants are well suited to container gardening.   Minimum of 25 seeds per packet...