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Oregano – Greek

Greek Oregano – Origanum vulgare – Cultivation and Propagation: This aromatic, herbaceous perennial is compact and grows to about 20″ tall. Its leaves are hairy, and its flowers small and white. It likes a pH of 6.8, well-drained, average soil, and full sun to part sun You cannot do without this herb. Cut sprigs as soon as the plant is 6″ tall. This also promotes bushiness. Harvest to the first set of leaves as it begins to flower and again in the fall. To dry, hang in small bunches in a shady area with good air circulation. Store in a tight-lidded jar in a dark, cool place. If space permits in the jars, try not to crush leaves.

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