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Is anyone growing Mexican oregano?

Posted by mikael3 z7 Atlanta GA (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 22, 08 at 16:23

A lot of herbs are called oregano in Mexico, but I think the most common one is Lippia graveolens syn. berlandieri. I tried it this year and it didn't do much.

Is anyone else growing this? Has anyone tried to overwinter it?


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RE: Is anyone growing Mexican oregano?

I've been growing it in a raised bed here in south Texas, zone 9b, for years. I have found though that it does better in a raised bed, and it needs to watered then allowed to dry out. Don't keep it wet all the time.

I imagine that in Atlanta, you will need to bring it during the winter months since it zoned 9. Here is a dicussion that we had on the Texas Gardening Forum about Mexican Oregano.


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