How to Grow Herbs
Oregano is best grown from cuttings. Pull your cuttings off the mature woody stems, dip the ends into a bit of hormone growth powder and plant them in wet sand. Make sure the sand is well drained.
Normally your Oregano plants only need watering once a week but during hot weather you can water it twice weekly.
Oregano is a great companion for your green peppers, paprika, brinjals and green beans.
As a Kitchen Herb
Oregano tastes good in most dishes, from pizza, pasta, meat and fish dishes to stir fries and soups.
As Medicinal Herb
A sprig of Oregano will help ease toothache, sweeten bad breath and clear mouth infections.
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