Well, it looks like, from the pictures, that there are at least two
different plants called Mexican Oregano. :-) The one from this website:
Looks exactly like mine, and I bought mine from "It's about Thyme", a
nursery in Austin.
It happens! <G>
Try googling for "Salvia" and get really confused! There are a number of
varieties of those, including a tropical one that is psychoactive! <lol>
From the leaf shape, I'd not be surprised. The leaf of the marjoram is
more green and long and slender while most oregano leafs are roundish.
I hope my Marjoram survives! I got it started late last fall and it sill
looks a bit puny. I have my herb garden in a long slender bed on the
West side of the house. The herbs seem to do well there and get mostly
western and southwestern sun.
Does the Marjoram plant get as big tho'?
That would be nice as I have mine planted on the opposite end towards
the back yard.
So Marjoram is a variety of Oregano!
I did not know that!
Where do you live?
<lol>! I remember the 60's...
Kids smoking pot would claim to be smoking Oregano! ;-D
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