Eggplant comes in many shapes and colors, the most common color being dark purple. But white-skinned varieties are tasty and easy to grow, and they give a garden a special twist.
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Cut each roll into four cylinders, each about 2-1/2" tall. Place them upright in a shallow container such as a baking pan, and fill with a moistened seed-starting mix. Plant the seeds, keep them watered and watch them grow until it's time to gently peel away the wrapper and transplant them in your garden.
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