Cretan Oregano(Pot Marjoram)
Native to Greece but is another variety of Turkish oregano. Spicy.
Oregano from the Middle East and Turkey.
Bright yellow leaves add contrast to an oregano bed or herb garden but leaves have very little flavor.Will dig up plants as ordered.Great spreading contrast plant.
Strong oregano flavor; great for pizza and Italian cooking. Characteristic dark green leaves with white flowers.
Greek Mountain Oregano
Grows in mountainous area of Greece. Larger leaves than Greek oregano with intense peppery flavor
Hot and Spicy Oregano
Hot and spicy version of Greek oregano, with a real bite to the leaves. Excellent in spicy Mexican and Cajun recipes or whenever you want to add some spice to your favorite dish.Sold out
Kaliteri' means "the best" in Greek. This strain is grown commercially in Greece for the high quality oregano market. Spicy, silver-grey foliage.
Mexican Oregano ( Lippia)
Most dried oregano in Mexican markets come from this shrublike plant. Very difficult to propagate it so may not have any this year.Not winter hardy. I grow mine (3 ft. tall) in a large pot. Difficult to propagate so may not be available.
Mexican Oregano (Poliomintha)
Compact plant with glossy green leaves and scarlet blooms. Not winter hady. Does well in pots.
Said to be a cross between Italian oregano and marjoram, yet still winter hardy. The best flavored culinary oregano we have encountered
Gray green leaves. slightly spicier than Sicilian oregano.
Spicy good flavored oregano which is both the name of an herb and a spice blend used in Middle Eastern cooking.It is mixed with sumac, sesame seed and sometimes thyme to make the spice Za'atar. We use the spice blend on our homemade pita bread after brushing it with olive oil prior to baking and as a flavoring on baked chicken.