Planting the best oregano seeds in your garden
Oregano is a hardy perennial. This culinary and medicinal plant thrives in full sun and sandy soil, but it may also grow in raised beds and container gardens. If properly tended and plucked on a regular basis, oregano will reward you with an abundance of edible leaves (and aromatic blossoms).
- Larger leaves for drying, versatile and delicious
- Great for pots
- Popular uses include: Culinary / Medicinal
- Prefers full sun exposure
Oregano packaging solutions:
7350 00309 1066
Origanum vulgare ssp. hirtum
Material and contents specification
120 Seeds (100% Pure Live Seeds) Non-Gmo
10cm x 20cm
approx. 10 gram.
360 pcs︱1 EUR-pallet. (120 cm x 80 cm x 215 cm).
Vegetable seed mixes
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Oregano is a must have herb for any garden
How to plant oregano seeds indoors and then transplant seedlings to your garden?
Oregano seeds should be planted indoors at least six weeks before the last frost date, or direct-sown after the last frost date. Once the seedlings have developed strong taproots, transplant them outside, spacing them 20 to 30 cm apart. Direct sowing seedlings at the same spacing outside. Pinching oregano seedlings and clipping off the tops is a method you’ll want to do once they’ve grown to be at least 10 cm tall. Plants are encouraged to branch out when pinched, resulting in a greater summer yield. The plant’s most delicious leaves appear immediately before it blooms, so cut emerging stems to keep the plant producing quality leaves.
how to encourage long-lasting oregano growth?
Fresh oregano leaves can be picked as desired from oregano plants kept near the kitchen. To ensure that your oregano continues to produce, trim the stems at least 15 cm tall, cutting above a node (or clump of flowering leaves). Bunch the stems together and hang upside down to dry for a few weeks in a cool, dry location. Oregano leaves retain their flavor when dried, making it a handy spice to have on hand.
Grow oregano for its therapeutic advantages as well as great taste
When to Plant Oregano Seeds?
Where to Plant Oregano Seeds?
How to Plant Oregano Seeds?
When started indoors, transplant into the garden 20 -30 cm apart. When grown outdoors from seed, spread seeds via broadcasting. Avoid covering seed in soil deeper than 1 cm, as sunlight is needed to germinate. Keep the soil moist, but not wet, during the germination process. As seedlings come up, thin out plants until they are 20 -30 cm apart.
How to Harvest Oregano?
How to Grow Veggies All Year Round?
You can grow vegetables indoors including lettuces, arugula, spinach, kale, carrots, radishes, beet greens, tomatoes and more.