Origanum vulgare

Oregano is a hardy perennial native to the Mediterranean region and is popular in many cuisines across the globe. The leaves can be used either fresh or dry and make a great addition to pizzas, sauces, and roasted veggies. 

Requirements:  Full sun or partial afternoon shade (and might look better in it) and well-draining soil.

Care: Trim or harvest regularly to promote the growth of new branches and result in a bushier plant. Oregano will naturally die back in the winter and grow again in the spring.


(Compact Oregano)

A dwarf cultivar of oregano that is ideal for landscaping, a container garden or an herb garden without much space.

Height: 6 in.  Spread: to 12 in.

'Hot & Spicy

(Hot & Spicy Oregano)

A selection noted for its especially spicy leaves that can sometimes leave a numb sensation on your tongue. An excellent way to add a punch to salsas and sauces.

Height: to 18 in.   Spread: to 18 in.

O. vulgare var. hirtum

(Greek Oregano)

Also known as Italian or true oregano, this is the traditional variety used in Southern Italian and Greek cuisine. 

Height: to 18 in.   Spread: to 18 in.