- Flower nameEggplant 'Mizunasu'
- Scientific nameSolanum melongena 'mizunasu'
- Place of originIndia
- Place of floweringField
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July, August, September, October
What is Eggplant 'Mizunasu'
Eggplant 'Mizunasu'(scientific name:Solanum melongena ' Mizunasu'), is one of breed of eggplant which is non-cold-resistant grass native to India . It is a vegetable commonly eaten at home. The edible fruit of the purple to purple flowers followed. Flesh is pale yellow soft along with the skin used in the antidote of pickled vegetables and eggplant, grilled eggplant, mushrooms, and then eat. Mizunasu is a representative variety of eggplant, is called simply "Nasu". Not including eggplant, nightshade, tomato (Tomato), sweet pepper (Piment), potatoes are prone to injury by continuous cropping, so keep on the same soil each year making.
Common name: Eggplant 'Mizunasu', Scientific name:Solanum melongena 'Mizunasu', Aka: Eggplant, Nasbi, Origin: India, height: 60-180 cm, length: 15-with 30 cm of leaves: alternate, petiole: long, flower, flower color: purple, flowers take place: axils and flower number: 1-few, fruit shape: oval, fruit color: purple, fruiting period: April-October.