Oregano

Oregano - Seeds & Bulbs

Oregano - Greek
(Origanum heracleoticum)

Some Oregano seeds and plants are not the superior, true culinary type but a less expensive, common Oregano. The seeds in this packet are true culinary type, prized by Italian chefs. Aromatic, flavorful. Wonderful synergy with tomatoes (fresh or sauce), egg/cheese combinations (omelets, quiches), and marinated vegetables. Combines well with thyme, garlic, parsley, or olive oil. Also a good container variety. This packet plants one 40-foot row.

Plant Type: Perennial
When to Sow Outside: In spring, 2 to 4 weeks after average last frost. Plant as late as 2 months before first fall frost.
When to Sow Inside: 6 to 8 weeks before last frost. Recommended.
Seed Depth: Press into surface of soil
Seed Spacing: four per inch
Row Spacing: 2'
Days to Emerge: 5-10
Thinning: When plants emerge, thin to 1" apart. When 2" tall, thin to 8" to 10" apart.

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