Well-branched plants bear fruit high off the ground
Pear shaped fruit with purple-black skin
Disease and drought resistant
75-85 days from transplant
This prolific eggplant was a standard market variety bred in Florida in the early 1900s for the commercial trade. Vigorous, upright, well-branched plants bear high-quality fruits continuously throughout the season, and its large purple-black pear-shaped eggplants are held high off the ground. Disease- and drought-resistant. 75-85 days from transplant. ??6,700 seeds/oz.