Oregano Seeds

Oregano is considered an essential herb for the kitchen. It is one of the most important herbs in Italian and Greek cooking. Oregano can be used fresh or dried, however it is more flavorful when dried. With its strong aroma and flavor, oregano is described as having a warm, slightly bitter taste with a hint of sweetness. Best known as the herb sprinkled on Italian pizzas, oregano also goes well with meats, pastas, and vegetables. If you want oregano with strong oregano scent and flavor, we recommend growing Greek oregano. If you want a more mild-flavored oregano, we suggest growing Italian oregano. Oregano can be grown in a herb garden or in containers.

Oregano Seeds


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  • Common Oregano Seeds

    Common Oregano Seeds

    Staple in many Italian dishes. Common oregano has a milder flavor compared to Greek oregano. Perennial with pretty pink to lavender flowers.

  • Greek Oregano Seeds

    Greek Oregano Seeds

    Strong oregano scent and flavor. Plants have dark green leaves with white flowers. Widely used in Italian dishes, tomato sauces, and pizza.

  • Italian Oregano Seeds

    Italian Oregano Seeds

    Italian oregano works well in many dishes without being overpowering. Taste is milder than that of Greek oregano.

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