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propagating perennials: Origanum hopley’s-Wild Marjoram
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Friday, October 3, 2008

Origanum hopley’s-Wild Marjoram

Propagating Origanum hopley’s or Wild Marjoram should be done every 2-3 years because older plants become woody and since the plant spreads by rhizomes it is one of the simplest perennials to multiply for the garden. This particular Oregano has blueish foliage with deep red flowers that blooms throughout the summer and reaches a height of 24". It is also deer resistant and deciduous that will even thrive in poor soil in full sun and attracts butterflies.

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