Just a pinch of Greek oregano planted from seeds spices up your Italian dishes
From our favorite organic grower in Toronto Canada, Laura Watt brings hard-to-find Greek oregano, the preferred cultivar for culinary purposes because it is stronger flavored than other kinds.
Forms a low-growing, attractive mound that persists in the garden for years. Easy to harvest – just pull your fingers along the stem to get a teaspoon or two for cooking.
100+ Certified organic seeds per pack.
Planting instructions: sow indoors 8 to 10 weeks before planting out. Set the seedlings in the garden after all danger from frost has passed. Space plants 1 to 2-feet apart.
In mild winter climates, plant from seeds directly in the garden in late spring.
Moderate water. Full sun. Companion plant with beans. 90 days.
I am an artist, gardener, and general maker of things who lives in Toronto with my film-making husband whom I met at the Ontario College of Art and Design. I work from home with our daughter. We are joined by a big white dog and two naughty kittens who have declared war on my garden.