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Zaatar

Origanum vulgare syriacum
HOW TO GROW ZAATAR

Start indoors 8–10 weeks before last frost. Grown as a tender perennial. Plant in full sun, in well drained sandy soil. Pinch growing tips like basil to promote branching and increase yield. Cut back over winter to encourage new bushy growth. Easy to propagate from division when dormant, pot up, keep in light shade until they are established. Suitable for container growing in temperate climates. Seeds require light to germinate, press into soil, do not cover. Soil pH 6.1-7.8. Hardiness zones 9–11. Perennial.

Days from maturity calculated from the date of seeding. Average 133,500 seeds per ounce. Usual seed life: 3–5 years.

Planting Depth surface requires light
Soil Temp. Germ. 70-80˚F
Days to Germ. 7-14
Plant Spacing 6–8”
Row Spacing 12–18”
Days To Maturity 85–90
Storage Refrigerate
Full Sun, Moist Well Drained
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Zaatar is an aromatic perennial herb in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is a preferred primary ingredient in the spice mixture za'atar, and the plant may also be called za'atar. Soft gray-green leaves on plants with a semi-upright habit. Flavor combines those of sweet marjoram, thyme and oregano. Zaatar is a sources ...
Zaatar is an aromatic perennial herb in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is a preferred primary ingredient in the spice mixture za'atar, and the plant may also be called za'atar. Soft gray-green leaves on plants with a semi-upright habit. Flavor combines those of sweet marjoram, thyme and oregano. Zaatar is a sources of the antiseptic essential oil known as carvacrol, which inhibits bacteria by eroding the bacteria cell wall. So precious is this herb that, in Palestine and in the regions thereabout, Arabs will send out foraging parties to gather it. Also known as ezov, Majorana syriaca, bible hyssop, Biblical-hyssop, Lebanese oregano and Syrian oregano. Tags: Color: Green, Season: Summer.

Native to the Mediterranean, where it has flavored meals for thousands of years. Biblically Zaatar is described as a small plant found on or near walls with an aromatic odor. Native to the mountains of northern Israel, naturalized to the Mediterranean. Traditionally used in cleansing rituals, sprinkling of water infused with zaatar. In Modern Hebrew, it is called ezov, and it may have been the ezov of Classical Hebrew. In many English translations of the Bible, ezov is rendered as hyssop, hence the common name bible hyssop. However, in English, hyssop generally refers to a different plant. In Egypt, Origanum syriacum subsp. sinaicum is a very rare plant grown on stony grounds in Sinai Peninsula including the coastal Mediterranean strip. From the conservation point of view it is an endangered plant. Delicious zaatar recipes.
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Zaatar

Origanum vulgare syriacum
Zaatar is an aromatic perennial herb in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is a preferred primary ingredient in the spice mixture za'atar, and the plant may also be called za'atar. Soft gray-green leaves on plants with a semi-upright habit. Flavor combines those of...
Zaatar is an aromatic perennial herb in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is a preferred primary ingredient in the spice mixture za'atar, and the plant may also be called za'atar. Soft gray-green leaves on plants with a semi-upright habit. Flavor combines those of sweet marjoram, thyme and oregano. Zaatar is a sources of the antiseptic essential oil known as carvacrol, which inhibits bacteria by eroding the bacteria cell wall. So precious is this herb that, in Palestine and in the regions thereabout, Arabs will send out foraging parties to gather it. Also known as ezov, Majorana syriaca, bible hyssop, Biblical-hyssop, Lebanese oregano and Syrian oregano. Tags: Color: Green, Season: Summer.

Native to the Mediterranean, where it has flavored meals for thousands of years. Biblically Zaatar is described as a small plant found on or near walls with an aromatic odor. Native to the mountains of northern Israel, naturalized to the Mediterranean. Traditionally used in cleansing rituals, sprinkling of water infused with zaatar. In Modern Hebrew, it is called ezov, and it may have been the ezov of Classical Hebrew. In many English translations of the Bible, ezov is rendered as hyssop, hence the common name bible hyssop. However, in English, hyssop generally refers to a different plant. In Egypt, Origanum syriacum subsp. sinaicum is a very rare plant grown on stony grounds in Sinai Peninsula including the coastal Mediterranean strip. From the conservation point of view it is an endangered plant. Delicious zaatar recipes.
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HOW TO GROW ZAATAR

Start indoors 8–10 weeks before last frost. Grown as a tender perennial. Plant in full sun, in well drained sandy soil. Pinch growing tips like basil to promote branching and increase yield. Cut back over winter to encourage new bushy growth. Easy to propagate from division when dormant, pot up, keep in light shade until they are established. Suitable for container growing in temperate climates. Seeds require light to germinate, press into soil, do not cover. Soil pH 6.1-7.8. Hardiness zones 9–11. Perennial.

Days from maturity calculated from the date of seeding. Average 133,500 seeds per ounce. Usual seed life: 3–5 years.

Planting Depth surface requires light
Soil Temp. Germ. 70-80˚F
Days to Germ. 7-14
Plant Spacing 6–8”
Row Spacing 12–18”
Days To Maturity 85–90
Storage Refrigerate
Full Sun, Moist Well Drained
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