Marjoram Plant

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Generality of the Marjoram Plant:

The Marjoram plant is an aromatic with very fragrant leaves, very used in the kitchen. During the winter the marjoram completely loses its leaves. It is a shrub that can reach 50 cm in height. Flowers: white or pink that bloom from June to September. It is a plant of Asian origin, now widespread as a Mediterranean flavor, used throughout the European cuisine, especially in French and Italian. Like many marjoram aromatic herbs, the leaves are used directly, which can be picked fresh from the plant.

  • Vase: 14cm, Height: 20/30cm

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  • Vase 14cm, Height: 20/30cm

Generality of the Marjoram Plant:

The marjoram is a herbaceous plant, which depending on the variety and conditions of cultivation has an annual or perennial cycle. It is a medicinal plant very similar to the oregano and thyme, but with a decidedly more delicate aroma. The plant is a suffruticosa, it has small dimensions, maximum 50 cm, and herbaceous ramifications, almost lignified, from the base. The leaves of the marjoram plant give off an intense, penetrating and delicate odor at the same time. The flowers of a marjoram plant are very small. Flowering typically takes place during the summer, from June to September. Thanks to its properties, marjoram is a plant widely used in herbal medicine, aromatherapy and in cosmetics, in addition, of course, to the food industry.  It is used to treat migraine in a natural way. The marjoram can be preserved by drying or you can keep fresh by making special preparations in the freezer or with oil and salt. Those who want to preserve the flavor of marjoram can use it to flavor the oil. It is the ideal condiment for flavoring pizzas, stewed meats, fillings, legumes, fish dishes.

Cultivation and Care of the Marjoram Plant:

The marjoram plant needs well drained and sunny soils. I't's a plant that needs to be exposed directly to the sun's rays. Avoid watering excessively; in general it is sufficient to supply water every 15-20 days, or even less; the more the climate is cold and the less the plant needs watering; we suggest suspending watering during periods with very harsh temperatures. A light organic fertilization (manure) can help, even if it is not strictly necessary.

Irrigation
Rarely
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Normal
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