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Read the latest RHS wildlife gardening blog / RHS Gardening

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Oregano, thyme, chives, Verbena bonariensis , Malva moschata , sedums and asters, all escapees, jostle for space with the forget-me-nots, hollyhocks, poppies and violets introduced by birds, insects or the soil falling from my boots...In the raised beds, the most popular plant is oregano...Maybe they just haven't seen it before and don't recognise it as a food plant, preferring the oregano in full flower nearby
Recipe of boureki and Greek salad / RHS Gardening

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1 tbsp Greek oregano, dried & crumbled...oregano...Mix the ingredients together, adding oregano and olive oil to taste
Learn about the RHS top 10 AGM Herbs for the Garden / RHS Gardening

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Oregano ( Origanum vulgare ) ?Aureum...The leaves of this popular form of oregano begin the season bright yellow, then slowly become greener as the weeks go by...oregano
Sage and Ligurian leafhoppers / RHS Gardening

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Plants affected: Many aromatic plants in the Lamiaceae family, including sage, mints, lavender, bergamot, marjoram, oregano, rosemary, basil, thyme and lemon balm...Sage and Ligurian leafhoppers are similar in appearance, they suck sap from aromatic plants in the Lamiaceae family, including sage, mints, lavender, bergamot, marjoram, oregano, rosemary, basil, thyme, and lemon balm
Highlights from the Herbetum / RHS Gardening

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There are many different varieties of oregano (or marjoram), with some more valuable as garden plants than culinary herbs...The flowers of this variety set it apart from many other forms of oregano
Herbs: propagating / RHS Gardening

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Divide hardy herbs such as sweet marjoram, Oregano, Mint ( Mentha ) and thyme in spring or after flowering in late summer...Sage leafhopper is also responsible for causing fine, yellow flecking on the foliage of many aromatic plants including sage, mints, lavender, bergamot, marjoram, oregano, rosemary, basil, thyme and lemon balm

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