Oregano is a must-have in a culinary garden. A plant from the mint family, with rose-purple or white flowers and its pungent spicy, slightly bitter flavor pairs well with almost any vegetable preparation.
Planting & Care
Sunlight: Oregano performs well in part to full sun, but the flavors intensify when it receives a full day of sunshine.
Soil: Plant oregano in light, well-drained soil. Oregano actually grows better in moderately fertile soil
Watering: Don’t overwater oregano. Water thoroughly, only when the soil is dry to the touch.
Temperature: Best germination temperature is 20 °C
Fertilizer: Only need moderately fertile. Do not add compost and fertilizer to its growing area.