Jekkapedia: Oregano (Origanum)
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For the most part these are natives of the Mediterranean region, they have adapted to many countries and a native form of this plant can be found in many different regions of the world. In the UK much confusion has been caused by calling the Origanum family by the common name of both Oregano and Marjoram. These are the same plant. Read Jekka's Guide to Oregano for more information.
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