- Native to Central Asia and Mediterranean countries.
- Name is of Greek origin, meaning “mountain of joy”.
- The scent can help repel insects.
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
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