As early as the 1400s, oregano had a variety of medicinal, cosmetic
and household uses. Most varieties of oregano are good for cooking, several work well as ground covers, and the tender oreganos, including the dittany group, make great houseplants. Growing both the hardy and tender varieties is relatively easy if you can provide for their basic needs.
This e-handbook shows you how to grow oregano, use it in crafts and for medicinal purposes. Recipes for cooking with oregano include:
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