Marjoram is a tender perennial herb in the oregano family. It’s frequently placed on the oregano page of herb texts, so it’s easy to miss sometimes; and in the garden, too, it can look like oregano, with its small gray-green leaves and bushy habit. Marjoram is a very different plant, though.
Marjoram is mild, but it can bring great depth to a hearty soup or stew. Since it has much less of the bite that we associate with oregano, it deepens the flavor of Indian food.
Push seeds just below the soil surface. Marjoram should be located in areas receiving full sun with light, well-drained soil. Likewise, marjoram plants can be grown in containers indoors and treated as houseplants.
Established plants require little care, other than occasional watering. Since marjoram is tolerant of drought, it makes an exceptional plant for beginner herb growers. If you happen to forget to water it, that’s ok.
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