Origanum Heracleoticum


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True Greek Oregano

A perennial, wild plant used as a medicinal or spice species. The leaf and root are used, it is much stronger than cultivated oregano. Fully resistant to low temperatures and drought.

Sowing: Indoors in February-April at a temperature above 18°C, sow the seeds in pots on the surface and just press them into the substrate. Cover with nylon or a transparent cover, and remove it when the seeds germinate. Water moderately as long as there is moisture for germination. Transplant the plants outdoors when the danger of frost has passed.

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0.3gr / approx 3000 seeds


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