Light: Prefers Full sunlight but can grow in partial sunlight
Temperature: Herbaceous perennial hardy in Zones 9 to 11
Watering: Water when the soil becomes visually dry or the plant is showing wilt, then thoroughly saturate until some water trickles from the bottom of the pot. Growing in a clay pot will help ensure a healthy root system.
Soil: Well-drained soil. No need to fertilize regularly.
If you're an adventurous herb gardener, you simply must add the Za'atar to your collection! This culinary herb is a must-have in Middle Eastern cuisine, and it can bring a unique and exotic flavor to your dishes.
Whether it's hummus, dips, soups or flatbreads, Za'atar is the perfect seasoning. It's a blend of herbs and spices that varies from region to region, and the Za'atar plant itself is a thing of beauty, with its greyish-green leaves and spicy aroma.
This plant is a real gem, native to the mountains of northern Israel, and loved by Jews and Arabs alike. Don't miss out on the opportunity to make your dishes truly divine with this delicious herb!