How to Grow Marjoram Plants?

Marjoram is an herb that is closely related to oregano. Both herbs are members of the mint family, and they have a very similar appearance.

Marjoram is a perennial plant that is often used in cooking, and it can also be dried and used as an herbal tea.

The plant grows best in full sun but can also tolerate partial shade. Marjoram can be grown in most types of soil as long as it is well-drained.

To plant marjoram, start with clean seeds or cuttings. Fill a planting tray or pot with sterile potting mix, and moisten the mix thoroughly.

Sow the seeds thinly on the surface of the mix, and cover with a thin layer of sand or vermiculite. Place the tray in a warm location out of direct sunlight...

and keep the mix moist but not soggy. Seeds will germinate in 7-14 days.

Once the seedlings have emerged, thin them to one per cell or pot. Transplant seedlings into individual pots when they are 4-6 weeks old.

Marjoram can be harvested as soon as the plant has developed some leaves. Cut the stalk just above a leaf node, using sharp scissors.

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