Sweet Marjoram

Quick Facts:

    • Similar flavour to oregano
    • Used in Mediterranean dishes
    • Pale green, bushy plants
    • Attractive to honeybees
    • Sow seed uncovered in spring

Sweet Marjoram

Description:

Origanum majorana. Sweet Marjoram is a key ingredient in many Mediterranean dishes adding a similar flavour to oregano, but more delicate. This pale green, bushy plant will spread readily if the tops are pinched out when young. Direct sow Sweet Marjoram seeds uncovered in the spring. Pull the whole plant up in fall and hang to dry or pot some up to grow on a windowsill all winter. Marjoram performs very well in containers or any part of the garden with good drainage and full sun. The flowers are attractive to honeybees and other pollinators, and the leaves and sprigs are great for flavouring oils and vinegars.

We regret that no more of this product will be available for 2021. We hope to offer it again next season.
Size: SKU: Price: Availability: Quantity: Total:
0.5g (approx. 2170 seeds) HR1105A $3.29 Unavailable  
2g (approx. 8680 seeds) HR1105B $4.59 Unavailable  
10g (approx. 43400 seeds) HR1105C $8.99 Unavailable  
100g (approx. 434000 seeds) HR1105D $44.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
500g (approx. 2170000 seeds) HR1105E $199.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
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Quick Facts:

    • Similar flavour to oregano
    • Used in Mediterranean dishes
    • Pale green, bushy plants
    • Attractive to honeybees
    • Sow seed uncovered in spring

How To Grow

Marjoram is the milder cousin of oregano, with a very similar flavour profile but gentler impact. Sprinkle some freshly cut marjoram over an omelette or baguette for a savoury treat. Marjoram can be grown as a perennial in very mild areas, but is grown as an annual elsewhere. Continue reading below for some tips on how to grow marjoram from seed.

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