|'Acorn Bank' Oregano is a golden marjoram named after Acorn Bank House in Cumbria, England. It has pointy, 1 inch long leaves with margins that curl inward. The flowers are white, with pink stamens. The height and spread are 20 inches. Cut plants back by 2/3 in late fall.
Bushy, woody perennials with upright to spreading stems. Leaves are very aromatic, round and dark green. Bears loose whorls of tubular flowers in pink and white. Oregano is widely renowned for its peppery flavor. Used in the cuisines of Italy, Mexico, Greece and Cuba.