Marjoram Plants

Can I Use Marjoram That Has Started to Seed

ineselewis added on May 21, 2012 | Answered

I have transplanted some marjoram and I keep cutting the top of the stem, which seems to seed faster each time it is cut.

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Answered on May 26, 2012

Yes, you can still use it. You may find it is a bit more bitter or that it loses its flavor a bit, but it is not harmful.

If you find that your marjoram is bolting quickly, this is an indication that the plant is under stress. If you can figure out what is stressing it and correct it, it won't flower as much.

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