Plants ordered today will be shipped in Mid April 2023.
Oregano, Greek (Origanum heracleoticum) potted plant, organic
$8.50 – $57.00
Family: Mint (Lamiacea)
Hardy to Zones 4 to 8
Herbaceous perennial native to the mediterranean. Spicy herb useful in flavoring pizza, sausages, eggs and other protein dishes. Traditional usage: TWM, disinfectant, antioxidant and anti-fungal. We do specialize in this particular cultivar, and we always grow sturdy plants from our own seed. We like them best among all the origanum and majorana.
Potted plant, Certified Organically Grown
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How many of these oregano plants can I put in a large planter? I’ve found information that says to space them up to 10 inches apart in the ground, and if that’s true, then 3 plants in a large planter would be too crowded, yes?
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Admin Richo Cech –
Not really too crowded, they will simply shoulder out and fill the space. Oregano has 2 growing phases–one where the plant creeps and makes a gentle mound, 2 where it goes up to flower and bract (the main/best part used as a spice). So if 3 plants are put in a large planter, they should first cover the surface of the planter, perhaps droop over the edges a bit, then go up to flower. They will be happy. r
GEorge Koufasimis (verified owner) –
How far apart they should be planted
Richo Cech –
If you have plenty of space, 2 feet apart. If you are tight on space, 1 foot apart.