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Italian Oregano Herb Seeds - Microgreens or Garden bin193C

Italian Oregano Herb Seed

Oregano originates in the Mediterranean. It is closely related to the herb marjoram; in fact oregano is actually wild marjoram (oregano has a more intense flavor). 

Oregano is a half hardy annual; this means it will only last for one season and it is unlikely that it will survive through the winter months.

Oregano prefers a well-drained site in full sun. Oregano does not require many nutrients and will thrive on a sandy or chalky soil. It grows well in containers and is extremely useful in the kitchen.

 

How to Grow Oregano

Oregano grows best in full sun in a well-drained soil of average to low fertility. Prepare the bed by digging it over thoroughly and incorporating organic matter, compost, well-rotted animal manure or homemade compost. This will help break up any heavy soils and improve drainage. Sow seeds from late April, 1/4-1/2" deep and approximately 8" apart in a well-prepared seedbed. After about 2-3 weeks, thin seedlings to 16" apart to give the plants room to grow to their full size.