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Does anyone know what this plant is
I have these growing in the herb garden but have no idea what they are or even if it is a herb.
Looks to be lavender or blooming thyme to me. This is exactly what it looks like.
Thyme is a possibility but I don't think it's lavender, at least not the ones I know. Can't think of anything else but then I'm not a connoisseur of plants!
It's hard to tell from the angle if the flowers are spired . The leaf looks a little like catmint (nepeta) although I can't see the detail. Does it have a scent?
It looks like oregano (or wild marjoram, latin name Origanum vulgare) - the leaves are wrong for lavender or thyme. Crush some leaves in your hand and smell them, it should have a sweet herby Italian seasoning type of scent. It is a very good herb for tomato sauces and pizzas.
Looks like oregano to me. Check this for what you think. http://www.bhg.com/gardening/plant-dict … b/oregano/
Your picture isn't quite close enough.
This is a very easy plant dictionary, it might help you in the future. I use it all the time.
Thank you so much everyone, I googled an image of Origanum vulgare and that is it definitely. Now I know I can start using it.
Thank you everyone for your help especially Imogen and Becky
Well, now we all know so that's taught us all something. Good question and great answer finally!
Glad I could help. Wish you could send me a snipping. I have some basil I would send you. I have a little herb garden in a big pot outside my back door. It is dormant right now though.
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