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Product Description

Origanum vulgare

With a stronger, more aromatic flavor and scent than regular oregano, it is one of the most important herbs of Italian, Greek and Mexican cooking. It stands up to bold flavors like tomatoes, onion, garlic and beef. Harvest at any time for fresh use: harvest just before flowering when they are to be dried and stored.

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Quick Facts

Plant Size: 24 inches

Hardiness: TA R

Sun: Full

Seed Planting Depth: "

Days to Harvest: 90 days

Good for Container: Yes

Seed Origin: Y

Easy to Grow: Yes

Water: Moderate

Days to Germinate: 10–14 days

Plant Spacing: 12–15 inches

Edible Flower: Yes

Growing Guide

GROW GUIDE CONDITIONS:
Oregano grows best in full sun and well-drained soil. It will also grow in rocky soil, though. Native to the Mediterranean and Europe, oregano can thrive in areas with tough growing conditions

GROW GUIDE SEED:
Plant the seeds in well-drained soil anytime after the last spring frost. The soil should be around 70ºF.

GROW GUIDE PESTS:

GROW GUIDE HARVEST:
Harvest oregano once the stems are at least four inches tall. If you prefer fresh leaves, simply grab the stem about 2/3 down and run your fingers along the stem, the leaves will collect in your hand. Optimum flavor comes just before the plant flowers.

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