Resembles oregano but with larger leaves. Is very useful in the kitchen: sprinkle on meat or vegetable dishes, use in salad dressings, etc. Also used as an insect repellent. Superior yield in humid, fertile soil in a very sunny area. (Semi-hardy annual)
Sow indoors in February or March. Seeds are slow to germinate. For continuous harvests make 2 or 3 sowings every 2 weeks. Use fresh or dried. For drying, pick the leaves just before the flowers appear, the taste will be more intense.
bean, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, marjoram, parsley, pepper, squash, rosemary
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