Besides Greek oregano, you can also grow a Cuban oregano plant on your garden. Oregano is a plant that easy to grow, so does Cuban oregano. The warm summer months become the best time to grow this plant. There are many things you need to know about how to grow Cuban oregano.
1. Mix up coarse sand and potting soil in balance composition. Mix them up with small amounts of water. Continue giving water into mixture until moderately moist.
2. Prepare a 4-inch deep plastic pot and fill it with soil mixture. Don’t fill the pot with too much soil-and-sand mixture and make sure to leave a 1-inch gap between the pot’s lip and the soil.
3. Make a hole about 2- to 3-inch deep in the center of the pot. You can create a hole using your finger or a pencil.
4. Take a cutting about 4- to 6-inch long from a tip of Cuban oregano plant. The plant must be healthy and the cutting stem must have no flowers.
5. Clean up the cutting from a set of leaves.
6. Insert the cutting/stem into the pot and press the soil around it.
7. Place the pot on a sunny area where receive bright, but indirect sunlight.
8. Moisten the pot by watering it regularly.
9. After three weeks, the roots will grow and you are ready transplant or move the plant into a permanent container or you can directly plant them at outdoor after frost temperature ended.
These are nine ways how to grow Cuban oregano. It’s not different from other varieties such as Greek oregano.