Oregano is delicious in Italian cuisine
Oregano, also known as wild marjoram, is an easy to care for plant that can quickly spread to adorn your garden with a carpet of colour. Oregano grows fine in poor soil, is easy to grow in pots and its delicious rich and authentic flavour is pure enjoyment, particularly in Italian cuisine. Use oregano to give your tomato and bolognaise sauces a typical Italian flavour.
Oregano, Rosemary, Salvia and Thyme - Mediterranean classics
Oregano, Rosemary, Salvia and Thyme are classic herbs that are used a lot in Mediterranean cuisine. This quartet thrives in baskets or pots and looks particularly beautiful together. Be sure to place the pots near your kitchen so you always have the herbs within reach. Oregano flowers attract butterflies and smell delicious and the herb itself is good for drying, so you can use it in winter months as well.