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Oregano 'Wild'

Origanum vulgare


  • perennial herb to 60cm
  • spicy and pungent leaves
  • used in Italian cooking, or on roasted vegetables
  • pink or purple flowers attract beneficial insects
Quantity< 0.1 teaspoon
Best byMar-22
Wild Oregano is a perennial herb to 60cm. Leaves are spicy and pungent. Used in Italian cooking, or as a seasoning for roasted vegetables or fish. Pink or purple flowers attract beneficial insects.
Sow inJanuary, February, March, April, May, September, October, November, December
Sowing MethodRaise Seedlings
Depth to Sowsurface sow and cover lightly
Germination7-14 days
Distance Apart15cm
Harvest55-70 days


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