• Marjoram 3 oz ($3.95), 6 oz ($5.95) package



    Origin: Egypt                                Botanical Name: Organum Majorana

    Often called sweet marjoram , this perennial herb is related to oregano and is popular in Italian cuisine.  It has a more subtle, sweeter flavor than its cousin.

    Today oil of marjoram is used in soaps, creams, lotions, and perfumes.

    The dried leaves compliment many potpourri recipes.


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