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Cuban oregano Herb “Ajwain”

Common Name: Spanish thyme, Indian borage, and Mexican mint

Family: Lamiaceae

Origin: Africa

PH Level: Basic

Fragrance: Yes

Drought Tolerance: High

Sun Tolerance: High

Water Requirement: High


14.00 د.إ 25.00 د.إ Inc. vat


Cuban oregano

Cuban oregano is easy to grow, leaves are attractive and aromatic. What is Cuban oregano? It is a succulent in the Lamiaceae family, also known as Spanish thyme, Indian borage, and Mexican mint. It is not a true oregano in the family, Origanum, but has a scent characteristic of the true oreganos. There are numerous culinary and traditional Cuban oregano uses. It has fragrant, velvety leaves edged in white, and trumpet-shaped flowers in pink, white, and lavender. It’s nearly maintenance-free once it is established. It grows rapidly, creating a lush display in a container garden. Cuban oregano bears a strong menthol or camphor scent that intensifies when the leaves are crushed, so use this powerful seasoning carefully.   Deliverable

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