Sweet pine and citrus flavors. Aroma is similar to oregano but sweeter. Leaves are light green on top and gray-green on bottom. Flowers are lilac or white and are produced in tight clusters.
To height of 24-36”
Perennial in zones 6-11
Generally used dried. Often blended with other dried herbs such as oregano, thyme, and savory. Leaves are stripped off the stem and chopped. Goes well in salads, soups, stews, and poultry.
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