Three-In-One Herb is an unusual fleshy-leaf, fragrant herb of Middle Eastern Origin, most likely from India, and is a member of the Lamiaceae or Mint family. Also known as Spanish thyme, Indian Borage, Mexican thyme, Mexican mint, Húng chanh (Vietnam)and Orégano Brujo (Puerto Rico), or French Oregano.
This succulent perennial herb can reach up to 10-20 inches in height with fleshy leaves in opposite pairs. It occasionally produces pale violet flowers. It is tender, very sensitive to the cold, likes good soil, full sun. Don’t let it dry out between
This fragrant herb smells like a combination of oregano, thyme
and mint. It is wonderfully aromatic. Used for meat and fish in Africa,
Southeast Asia, the Caribbean. Eaten in Salads in the Caribbean, cooked with
fish, mutton and sour soup in Asia, eaten raw with bread and butter, fried in
batter, or used as a flavoring for beer and wine in India and also used as
flavoring in Cuban Black Bean Soup.
However you use it, once you have tried, you won’t be able to do without it anymore. This is a rare find and great addition to any herb garden large or small.
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