Lao Green Stripe Eggplant


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  • Packet 250 seeds
  • Productive variety
  • Fruits grow to 2 inches and are round
  • Fruits have cream skin with green stripes and shoulders
  • Best if eaten when fruit is small
  • This variety will grow well in most regions of the United States.


This heirloom eggplant is from Laos and is also known as “Green Tiger Stripe” eggplant.

The eggplant is a member of the nightshade family and, as such, is related to both tomatoes and potatoes. It has been cultivated in southern and eastern Asia for thousands of years. The first written record of it is from a Chinese agricultural paper from the year 544 and it was noted in the Mediterranean region in the Middle Ages.

The name “eggplant” most likely comes from European varieties of the 18th century that were yellow or white and did, in fact, resemble the egg of a goose. In British English it is known as an aubergine.


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