• Grows on bushy plants
• Small ovate fuzzy leaves
• Earthy and mint-like aroma
• Flavor is layered with pepper, mint and balsamic notes
Indispensable in Italian cuisine
Oregano is sometimes confused with wild Marjoram. Oregano, however, has a more pronounced taste. This herb is known for his frequent use in the Italian and Greek cuisine. Just like basil, oregano is the ideal seasoning for tomato dishes.