WILD MARJORAM SEEDS
Taking them back to their Yorkshire roots, Mark and Keith have compiled this collection of seeds featuring their classic Moordale design. The selection of 10 varieties includes some of their favourite wild flowers, that can be found on the moors and dales.
WILD MARJORAM (Origanum vulgare) A sweetly-scented perennial herb, similar to the cultivated marjoram or oregano, with pink flowers that are very attractive to bees. Something of a cure-all; made into marjoram tea, it helped earache, coughs and indigestion.
CULTIVATION: Sow (in a slight heat) during early spring, best in pans or pots but may also be sown later in the season in open ground. Plant out (during May and June) setting the plants some 8 to 9 inches asunder.
Image: Anemone Projector
Available from early December (UK only).