Origanum Majorana, Marjoram, Marwa - Plant
Description for Origanum Majorana, Marjoram, Marwa
Marjoram (Origanum majorana) is easy to grow herb well suited for growing in containers as well as the garden. Marjoram plants are tender perennials, they are typically treated as annuals as freezing temperatures will cause serious injury or death to the plants.
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|Origanum majorana||White, Pink, Lavender||Late Spring, Early Summer, Summer||Up to 90 to 160 cm||Easy to grow|
Planting and care
Seeds are sown from February to April.
|Full sunlight||rich loamy, well-drained soil with 6 to 7.5 pH level||Medium||20 to 30 degree C||Apply any organic fertilizer|
Caring for Origanum Majorana
- Watering should do when the soil feels to dry.
- Organig mulching is used for control the weed and maintain soil temperature and moisture.
Harvest shoots before the flowering
Typical uses of Origanum Majorana
Special features: Marwa leaves are used as fresh or dried and lend a spicy, sweet, almost piney flavour that compliments vegetables.
Culinary use: It is used for culinary purpose.
Ornamental use: It can be used in edge plant.
Medicinal use: NA