This high-yielding, very aromatic variety bears healthy leaves until autumn. Marjoram goes well with cabbage and meat dishes as well as sauces and pumpkin. It dries easily for you to use all year.
Sow in March to April in small pots. Keep warm and humid. Little clusters of 2–5 plants can be transplanted after mid-May in the open field or planter boxes. Start harvesting leaves when the first flower buds begin to be visible.
Sowing quantity 1 g/Are