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A versatile must for your bouquet garni.

Marjoram is a joy to grow. It’s perennial, it’s pretty, it tolerates a wide range of conditions, and it loves being picked. You’ll be picking it frequently, because marjoram is delicious in soups, stews, and vinaigrettes, with meat, poultry, or vegetables, particularly tomatoes. In fact, the only course where you probably won’t use marjoram is dessert! It’s quick and easy to grow your own from seed, and you’ll be enjoying this unmistakably Mediterranean herb for years to come.