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Aubergine Meatball Seeds

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Packet of Aubergine Meatball SeedsAubergine Meatball is a variety that redefines the concept of "meaty and delicious."

Prepare to be astonished by the mightiest and most succulent aubergine you've ever encountered. The breeders stated the 'fruit's dense, moist, and incredibly flavourful flesh encapsulates the essence of meat in a way that no other aubergine or vegetable can replicate'.

Meatball produces generously sized fruits measuring 10 cm in diameter. Under the full sun's warmth, these plants flourish to a height of 70 cm with a spread of 50 cm, presenting a visual delight in your garden or greenhouse. In approx 60 days, you'll be able to relish the outstanding fruits that define the 'Meatball' variety.

Highly suitable for  cultivating in containers in a greenhouse.

Average Packet Contents: 10 Seeds

Aubergine Meatball Grow Notes
When to Sow Seeds: February to April - Best in cell trays with a heat to get started, aubergines like warmth.
Germination Temperature: 20 ℃ + Cover Seeds: Yes
Time to Germination: 10 - 14 Days Frost Hardy: No, provide frost protection.
Spacing Between Plants: 50cm Pot Size: 30cm minimum
Plant Height: 60cm Planting Position: Sun. Best grown in a greenhouse.

 

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General Aubergine Growing Tips

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.

  • Sow the aubergine seeds in cell trays and place in a warm position (ideally a heated propagator). Once the seedlings are through transfer to a warm, but light position to prevent the plants becoming leggy. 
  • Grow on till the plants are considered large enough to pot on into a 9cm pot. Again keep in a warm and light position for a couple of weeks to get them established. As they fill the pot gradually harden the plants off to prepare them for planting out.
  • Transfer the aubergine plants to 30cm (12in) pots of good compost in April (if you have a heated greenhouse) or early May (for a unheated greenhouse). Aubergines can also be grown in the ground, spacing 60cm (2ft) apart. Stake the plants as they grow.
  • Remove the growing point when plants are 40cm (16in) high to encourage plant to bush out.
  • Water regularly and feed every 2 weeks, move over to a tomato fertiliser once the first fruits have set.
  • Misting the foliage down with warm water will deter red spider mite and to help flower set.
  • Aphids and Whitefly may be a problem, use of SB Plant Invigorator will usually sort that out.

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