Marjoram (Origanum majorana) is a perennial herb that's closely related to oregano. It is evergreen in zones 9 and 10, but in most zones it is grown either as an annual or as a potted plant that is brought indoors when the weather turns cold. The low-growing plant has a mounded, shrubby appearance with aromatic, ovate, gray-green leaves that stretch around an inch long. Tiny white or pink flowers bloom from mid- to late summer, though they are not especially showy. Best planted in the spring, marjoram grows slowly and eventually becomes a spreading ground cover.
Additional features: Annual, Herb, and Edible
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