Oregano does not have special soil requirements, as long as it has very good drainage to remove water. It is cultivated, even in very poor, dry and stony soils. Oregano gives us lush vegetation and flowering when planted in sunny positions. It is resistant to heat during the summer and relatively resistant to frost in winter. To plant oregano in a pot, place it on a west or south facing balcony. For planting in a rock garden, oregano pairs well with marjoram and thyme, which have similar care requirements.
Oregano does not have significant watering requirements and can be grown dry in certain areas. However, after transplanting the oregano, it will definitely require small and frequent waterings to get it to take root better. It is important to pay attention to the watering of oregano during the summer period so that it can withstand the high heat and heat, and it will also help us to have a second late production in the fall. We must know that excessive watering results in a reduced content of essential oils of the plant, as well as an increased susceptibility to the development of fungal diseases.