This oregano has a pretty silver gray foliage appreciated for its ornamental beauty and flavor value. Cleopatra distinguishes itself from Greek and Italian oreganos by a mildly spicy flavor tinged with a fresh mint coolness. This compact, trailing plant produces a high yield of leaves that makes it a first rate container plant. AAS 2015 winner.
Oregano needs light to germinate. It is a decorative plant with a creeping habit. Use fresh or dried. For drying, pick the leaves before the flowers appear for a more intense taste. Hardiness zone 4.
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