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Oregano 'Cuban' 4 Inch

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Not actually in the oregano family, this succulent-like annual has an intense oregano fragrance and can be used in cooking.

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Cuban Oregano, aka Mexican Mint and Indian Borage, is in fact none of those, although it does belong to the mint family. Thick, hairy, succulent-like leaves have a strong oregano-like smell and taste, and can be used in cooking. Honestly though, this is such an attractive and intriguing plant, gardeners use it as an ornamental in container planters, hanging baskets, and along borders. Planted at the edge of hanging baskets or container planters, Cuban Oregano will trail somewhat as it grows; pinching the tips will create a shorter, bushier profile. 

Common Name Cuban Oregano, Mexican Mint, Indian Borage
Culinary Uses Use in place of real oregano, akin to Greek oregano in taste and intensity
Harvest Time Pluck leaves as needed. Harvest all before frost or bring indoors for the winter.
Mature Size
Growth Rate Moderate
Cold Hardiness Frost sensitive perennial grown as an annual
Light Sun to partial sun
Structure Mounding, trailing
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