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Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District - East Kent Property - - OUTDOORS -

Au­bergines are a sta­ple of the Mediter­ranean, in tra­di­tional veg­etable dishes such as rata­touille or the Greek spe­cial­ity, mous­saka, but you can grow au­bergines un­der cover or in the gar­den given warm, shel­tered con­di­tions. Sow in­doors in early spring, two seeds to a pot and pinch out the weaker of the two if both ap­pear. They need high tem­per­a­tures and plenty of light to pro­duce a good crop, so if you have a green­house, grow them in there and if not, keep them in a large pot in a sunny, shel­tered pot on the pa­tio, but don’t put them out un­til June, when all dan­ger of frost has passed.

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