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Height:  45cm x 45cm

Flowering Period:  June - August

Aspect:  Full sun

Soil Type:  Well drained but reasonable soil.

Common Name:  Oregano or Marjoram

Hardiness:  Hardy

Annual, Biennial or Perennial:  Perennial

Pollinator:  Yes - excellent


Culinary Uses:

Lovely form with cream and green foliage topped with soft pink flowers in the summer.  Oregano is often used in Mediterranean and Mexican dishes particularly good with tomatoes, pasta, eggs, soups and on pizzas. 


Other Uses:

Can be dried or frozen for use out of season.


A beautiful form of Oregano with striking variegated foliage and topped with clusters of mauve flowers.  Equally at home in the flower border as in the Herb Garden.  The Oregano family is one of the best for Pollinators.


HERB Origanum vulgare 'County Cream'

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