White-flowered oregano is a perennial herb with stems up to half a meter tall, generally little branched, reddish, with not very sharp edges. The leaves have a stalk about half a centimeter long; the oval plate (2-3 x 1.5-2 cm), entire or with barely visible teeth. The very small flowers are in narrow spicasters that form low, almost corymb-like panicles. It is the most fragrant and most used type of oregano in the south. SOWING: in spring in open ground, or in seedbeds in July-August with transplanting in October-November.