It can be grown from seed but is best grown from cuttings or divisions. See: New plants from Cuttings
Golden Oregano, like all oregano needs very little water. A common mistake gardeners make when growing Oregano is too much moisture, humidity, excessive rain, or over watering leads to root rot, which will surely lead the plants untimely demise. To prevent this, you need a well drained soil with plenty of organic matter to ensure better drainage. Good air circulation is also essential to promote evaporation of surplus water, give the plants ample room to spread. Prune over-bearing foliage to promote air circulation. A light pebble mulch or gravel around the base of plants can also help keep the soil surface dry.
It is Heat and drought tolerant. Although it does best in full sun, in extremely hot weather a bit of shade can't hurt. It survives hot weather and drought but in excess it is subject to leaf scorch, and the flavor suffers. Best leaf flavor usually occurs just prior to flowering.
Retains its golden color best in cooler climate and is an evergreen in the warmer zones.
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