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LAMIACEAE

WILD MARJORAM Origanum vulgare

Wild Marjoram is a native perennial growing 20-40 cm in height and produces lilac flowers between July and September.

Wildlife Value Rating
ProvenanceVC44 Carmarthenshire
AssociationsThe 'Biological Records Centre’s' website lists the following numbers of foodplant associates for Wild Marjoram: mites (2), beetles (6), flies (2), true bugs (5), sawflies, wasps and bees (1), moths (28) and thrips (2).
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