Greek Oregano Seeds
are not Created Equal! Greek Oregano
is widely considered the most flavorful of all Oreganos.
originated in the Mediterranean, specifically Greece and Turkey, and was brought to North America by the colonists.
has multiple medicinal uses including indigestion, coughs and toothaches. Oregano
has also been used in cosmetics.
However, the main and most popular use of Oregano
is, of course, in cooking. Oregano
is a necessity it Italian sauces and pizzas and enhances the flavor off all cheese and egg dishes.
sprigs should be cut when the plants are 6" tall. To dry, hang Oregano
sprigs in small bunches in a shady area with good air circulation. Dry Oregano
should be stored in a tight jar in a cool, dark place.
is said to enhance the growth of beans and they make great companion plants in your home garden.
When planting from seed, be sure to check the Latin name, many seeds that are packaged as "oregano" are really "wild marjoram".
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