Eggplant: Little Finger
Name: Eggplant 'Little Finger'
Little Finger is a cute and mild flavoured eggplant that is very productive. Many people prefer small fruited eggplants and this one fits the bill well.
When to sow: Spring after risk of frost has passed. November in Southern Australia
Plant Type: bush to 1m tall
Uses: Fry, bake, grill, toss with pasta, stuff.
Growing Conditions: Sow in trays in late October and keep in a warm place until around 12cm tall then plant out. Water regularly in summer.
Pests and Diseases: Corn earworm - a caterpillar that eats the inside of the fruits.
Special Qualities: tasty
Seeds: 30 minimum