Oregano

Oregano

Origanum vulgare

Plant family

Mint family (Lamiaceae)

Season Overview

Propagating

Planting

Harvest

Harvest

J

F

M

A

M

J

J

A

S

O

N

D

1ST YEAR

FOLLOWING YEARS

Details

Light requirement

Sunny

Water requirement

Dry

Soil

Light (sandy)

Nutrient requirement

Low

Light germinator

Seeding distance

15 cm

Row spacing

25 cm

Seeding depth

0 cm

Instructions

Beginning of June

Fertilizing

Mid of July

Picking

Every week

Description

Oregano is a perennial, hardy spice and medicinal herb from the labiates family. It is used fresh or dried for cooking.

Origin:

Southern Europe

Growing tips

You can sow oregano directly or grow it in plant pots. Since oregano is a light germinator, you should only press the seeds lightly and not cover them with soil. For the cultivation, a wind-protected location is recommended. Oregano can also be propagated by cutting or dividing the plant. From June you can harvest leaves and shoots. Older oregano plants should be cut back in spring to encourage the sprouting of young and fresh shoots. Over the winter, it is worth covering the shrub with mulch to prevent cold damage.

Diseases

Stem Rot

Angular Leaf Spot

Black Spot Disease

Red Spot Disease

Pests

Aphids

Cicadas

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