A milder, sweeter relative of oregano. Use fresh or dry. Many gardeners have successfully over-wintered this tender perennial, while others pot it up in the fall to bring delight to a winter kitchen. Grown as an annual in the North. 1′ plant with grey-green rounded leaves of enchanting sweet fragrance. Cut often to prevent flowering. Use fresh or dried. Adds flavor to soups, stews and stuffings. Subject to damping off; do not overwater.