A must-have for the herb garden, oregano adds a pungent, peppery flavor to Italian dishes. Used fresh, dried or frozen, it’s one of the most popular herbs. The perennial plant grows 12-24 inches tall with a 18-24 inch spread and can be clipped to form a small hedge. For best results, plant oregano in a sunny area with well-drained, light, sandy soil. Zones 4-9. 90 DAYS.
Height:12 – 24 inches.
Spacing:18 inches between mature plants.
Spread:18 – 24 inches.
Light Required:Full Sun
Days To Maturity:90 Days
Germination:5 – 10 Days
Flower Form:Large, double flowers
Soil Requirements:Well-drained, light, sandy, not rich soil.
Growth Rate:Fast once established, which takes approximately 4-6 weeks.
Seed Count:Approximately 100 seeds per packet.
Pruning:none needed Anytime between February and mid July
Foliage:Palmately veined, 3 lobed, coarsely toothed along the margins. Green with creamy-yellow edging!!!