Greek Oregano is a hardy and very aromatic form of Oregano grown mostly for the tasty leaves. It is worth growing this Greek form of Oregano for the flavour. These are attractive compact plants, with soft hairy olive-green leaves and small white flowers in mid-summer. Plants grow to a height of about 50cm. They can be grown in pots and in the garden, making good edging plants.
Greek Oregano grows best in sun to part shade and well-drained soil. For cooking, the leaves can be used fresh or dried and are great for Greek and Italian cooking.
Pack of approx 1500 seeds. Sow all year. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the seed packet.
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