Aubergine Moneymaker - Grafted Plants Growing Chart
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Aubergine Moneymaker - Grafted Plants
Aubergine 'Moneymaker' F1 generation hybrid seeds give you strong and rain-resistant aubergine plants which give you impressive fruit all from your own vegetable patch.
These are grafted plants: a little pricier than non-grafted plants admittedly, but with the price come some impressive attributes.
The stems of one plant are brought together with the roots of others to give you the best of both worlds – so you get extra vigorous roots supporting a canopy of leaves and stems producing awesome aubergines.
Why grow grafted?
- Greater resistance to diseases like mildew
- Much more vigorous giving greater amounts of top-quality fruit and vegetables
- Harvests come sooner and last longer than non-grafted plants
- Tougher when faced with nutritional disorders
Being purple Aubergine Moneymaker is naturally high in immunity-boosting antioxidants which is great news for those wanting to improve their wellbeing in the long term. Aubergines are super healthy and the Mediterranean diet is lauded as one of the healthiest in the world.
Aubergine Moneymaker is well suited to greenhouse growing but will fruit when grown in large pots on a warm and sunny patio. Moneymaker is a big cropper, hence its name.See Full Description +
- Quantity 3x Grafted Aubergine Plants
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