We have the best and selected varieties of the Oregano Plant. Scientifically known as Origanum vulgare, Oregano Plant is a flowering plant in the mint family. Native to southwestern Eurasia, temperate western and the Mediterranean region, this plant is widely grown for its medicinal and culinary benefits. The perennial herb requires sunny spot, well-drained soil, and pH between 6.5 and 7.0.
Oregano Golden French - Origanum vulgare: Biologically known as Origanum vulgare 'Aureum', Oregano Golden French is an exceptionally aromatic golden-green herb with pungent flavor. This hardy perennial has a great affinity for a variety of foods, such as stuffings, tomatoes, wine, vegetables, and olives. You can use this herb fresh as well as dried. It also offers good ground cover in a garden.
Oregano Greek - Origanum vulgare: Biologically Known as Origanum heracleoticum, the Greek Oregano is one of the spiciest herbs, made up primarily of carvacrol. Alike any other culinary oregano, its flavor is so intense. Commonly, Spice oregano is used to flavor brew tea or food. To boost our immune system, its essential oil component, oil of oregano is an ideal option. Its leaves include a variety of antioxidant compounds and are thereby, consumed alongside a meal to aid digestion.