HAVE: Japanese pickling eggplant & sesame

oliveoyl3January 16, 2012

I have an early maturing variety of Japanese pickling eggplant from Seeds of Change that produces 10-16" fruit 1-2" diameter in 70-75 days. It needs a long warm growing season to produce, but our summers are cool & short.

Also have afghani sesame, Sesamum indicum 3-4' plant widely grown for nutritious tan seeds. Needs hot weather & 110 days to mature.

Both need a long warm growing season to produce, but our summers are cool & better suited for other asian vegetables

Chinese broccoli or kale, Brassica. oleracea var alboglabra (white flowering broccoli)

Chinese cabbage B. rapa var pekinensis (esp. loose ones semi-headed or fluffy top)

Chinese celery cabbage, Pak Choi, Brassica rapa var chinesis

Mustard Spinach, B. rapa var pervirdis (Komatsuna)

Perilla, purple (Shisho or Beefsteak plant)

View my trade list for other seeds to trade.


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