This perennial herb is easy to grow with many culinary uses. It’s found commonly in Italian and Greek recipes. It can also be used as a groundcover!
Exposure: Full Sun
Size: 12 to 18 in
Sprout time: Summer
When to plant: Late Spring
- Native to Central Asia and Mediterranean countries.
- Name is of Greek origin, meaning “mountain of joy”.
- The scent can help repel insects.
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