Common Questions about Eggplant Leaves
Eggplants (Solanum melongena) are members of the nightshade family, which is the same family as tomatoes. Depending on the cultivar, eggplants can grow over 4 feet tall on woody stems covered in thick, fuzzy and large green leaves. The leaves tell a lot about the plant's health and whether you need to deal with pesky pests. If your eggplant's leaves are yellowing, spotting, beginning to curl and show signs something's been munching on them, it's time to diagnose and control the problem.