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aubergine/eggplant in a cool climate

 
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Every year I try to focus on a plant I can't grow.
This is the year of the aubergine/eggplant.
They either need a much longer and warmer summer than I can give them, or extra help.
I use 'retired' perspex slot machine screens as mini greenhouses.
I drill holes in the corners and wire them together.


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