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Oregano, Greek - Herb Seeds

  • Price = $3.49

  • 1 Package = 0.5 g Of Seeds



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     Perennial
     Contains approximately 4500 Oregano, Greek Herb Seeds.
     Germination: 12 - 18 days. Sprinkle seeds on well- prepared, light soil.

    Greek oregano is a hardy herb that is native to the Mediterranean. This variety of oregano forms into a bush naturally, but it can be cultivated so that it grows lower to the ground. Because of this Greek oregano can be used successfully as a ground cover in your yard.

    Oregano is a perennial herb that sports lovely flowers and aromatic green leaves. It works well in a garden or in a container. This herb has become very popular in cooking, particularly in Italian dishes, although is has also been known as a medicinal plant. Some also find oregano helpful in companion planting.

    Planting, Growing, and Harvesting:
    Oregano is a hardy plant that is drought tolerant and fairly easy to grow. It can spread out or grow into a bush shape, depending on how you cultivate it. Plant oregano in a sunny spot with well-drained soil. You can trim it back as needed.

    The leaves of the oregano plant can be harvested often. Cut stems from the pant right before it is ready to bloom, since this is the time when the taste will be the strongest. You can use the herb fresh, or dry the leaves and store for later. You can also refrigerate fresh leaves or store them in the freezer.

    Recipes/How to Use:
    Use oregano in sauces, on meats, on vegetables, in Italian and Greek dishes, and even as a tea.

    Potatoes with Oregano

    Ingredients:

    4 medium potatoes, cut into cubes
    4 tablespoons lemon juice
    ˝ cup olive oil
    3 cloves garlic, minced
    3 teaspoons fresh minced oregano
    Salt and pepper, to taste

    Combine all ingredients together in a bowl, then transfer to a baking dish. Bake uncovered at 425F for about 50 minutes, stirring the mixture at least once during cooking. Potatoes are ready when they are tender. Serves 4.




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