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Post  has55 7/10/2019, 7:47 pm

My herbs seem to be doing fine in the 100 degrees weather. I really like the Cuban oregano. It so beautiful, succulent and smell delicious. there's some basil, sage, rosemary, parsley and fennel. my fennel has gone to seed, not sure what to do with it, except maybe dry it. I'm thinking about pickling it with cucumbers. The cilantro has gone to seed too.
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Post  countrynaturals 7/11/2019, 9:15 am

Lookin' good, Has. Tell us more about Cuban oregano. Whatever kind I have is a real disappointment. Sad
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Post  has55 7/11/2019, 9:35 am

countrynaturals wrote:Lookin' good, Has. Tell us more about Cuban oregano. Whatever kind I have is a real disappointment. Sad
I bought my Cuban oregano from North Haven Gardens In Dallas, Tx. They have unique vegetables and herbs that are off the beaten path. I think they make their own soil. This plant does not like Texas severe heat in the summer but seems to tolerate the morning and evening sun. I have not grown it in the total sun as written on the tag but followed the advice of the employees. It's very pleasant to look at each time you see it. The colors are vivid for a green and white plant and have a unique leaf structure. So far it seems to tolerate low watering. Someone else may have something else to say about it. I have not had a disease problem.
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Post  countrynaturals 7/11/2019, 11:33 am

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countrynaturals wrote:Lookin' good, Has. Tell us more about Cuban oregano. Whatever kind I have is a real disappointment. Sad
I bought my Cuban oregano from North Haven Gardens In Dallas, Tx. They have unique vegetables and herbs that are off the beaten path. I think they make their own soil. This plant does not like Texas severe heat in the summer but seems to tolerate the morning and evening sun. I have not grown it in the total sun as written on the tag but followed the advice of the employees. It's very pleasant to look at each time you see it. The colors are vivid for a green and white plant and have a unique leaf structure. So far it seems to tolerate low watering. Someone else may have something else to say about it. I have not had a disease problem.
NUTZ! When I saw that you're in Texas, I was hoping for a super heat-tolerant variety. I guess I'll just keep looking. thankyou  for the info.
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Post  sanderson 7/16/2019, 1:34 pm

Suz, my oregano is perennial. 28*F to 110*F.

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Post  has55 7/17/2019, 6:19 pm

sanderson wrote:Suz,  my oregano is perennial.  28*F to 110*F.
CN , I think she got what you want.
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Post  has55 7/17/2019, 6:29 pm

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Post  OhioGardener 7/17/2019, 7:05 pm

Great to see, Has55!  I presently have just over a dozen of them in the waystation.

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Post  countrynaturals 9/4/2019, 2:03 pm

I'm in love with purple basil. I don't think it's as hardy as the green stuff, but it's beautiful and really potent. Here it is, nestled among the volunteers, on the kitchen balcony.
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