Aubergine Seeds

Thanks to new varieties Aubergines are now becoming a popular and easy vegetable to grow at home. Whilst being more suited to the British climate, these varieties still rarely do well when grown outside except in mild areas or during very good summers. As a result we suggest that they are best grown in a greenhouse or polytunnel.

Choose from a selection of the very best Aubergine Seeds varieties, all of which have proven in our growing trials.

Aubergine Seeds Sowing Plan
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Aubergine Black Beauty
Aubergine Black Beauty

Aubergine Black Beauty is a pear shaped, open pollinated variety.....

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Aubergine Bonica
Aubergine Bonica

F1 Bonica is an early maturing variety, its oval fruits are a deep.....

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Aubergine Farmers Long
Aubergine Farmers Long

Aubergine Farmers Long is a vigorous, erect plant that produces long.....

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Aubergine Ivory
Aubergine Ivory

Ivory produces creamy-white fruits that grow to 15cm long with.....

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"How to grow Aubergines from Seed" - pdf Guide.

......"it would be best to start them off indoors to give them as much of a head start as possible. Sow the seed into pots or plug trays using a good quality seed compost such as John Innes seed and cutting. Sow thinly and then cover with a layer of fine compost. Firm the compost down gently, keep moist, then cover with a sheet of glass, polythene or propagator lid in order to maintain a high humidity. The seeds should then be kept in a warm, bright position at a temperature of approximately 18 -21 degrees Celsius. Remove the cover as soon as the seedlings begin to show through the compost, and once they reach a height of about 6 inches they can be transplanted into individual pots using a good quality free draining compost. Allow them to continue growing and be ready to transplant them in to grow-bags, in the ground or in large pots under protection in May once the threat of frosts are over......."

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