Native to Africa and Asia, introduced in Europe in the Middle Ages, marjoram is popular for its spicy aroma.
Marjoram is ideal to deliciously perfumed white meats but also mayonnaise.
1. Sowing: Sow from March to June in pots or planters placed in sunny exposure and tamp the soil.
2. Thinning: In stage 6-7 leaves, thin pulling them smaller plants and keep only the strongest to leave only a few plants per pot.
3. Harvest: Harvest the young shoots in June - July and flowering branches in August to November. You can grow marjoram directly in your garden to sun exposure.
Marjoram likes the proximity of all vegetables which it promotes growth and enhances the flavor.