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Easter Eggplant seeds?

Posted by liltripper z5 NY (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 3, 05 at 18:16

I have four nice plants,a ll with white eggs on them. I see one egg has finally started to turn yellow. Do I have to wait for them to turn from white-to yellow-to orange first before I can save the seeds? Or would the seeds from the white one be viable? We have a short growing seaason here, and expect frost about the middle of the month. Any help Please! Thanks in advance Linda


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RE: Easter Eggplant seeds?

Did you get them seeds off of me? If so, wait till they turn yellow and pick them, let them dry out a bit then cut it open and collect the seeds. Karri


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RE: Easter Eggplant seeds?

Definitely wait until they turn yellow, even if you have to bring inside. You'll have tons and tons of seed!


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RE: Easter Eggplant seeds?

No need waiting for it to turn yellow you can still enjoy it. Grew up eating it all the time.
Afua


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