Puerto Rican Oregano (lippia micromera) - Also called Jamaican Oregano. Small aromatic leaves are used in cuisine throughout the caribbean and South America. Slightly more pungent than regular greek or italian oregano. Forms a small woody bush to about 4' tall in mild climates. Unlike Mexican Oregano (lippia graveolens) the leaves on this plant are small and rounded. Small white flowers appear on the plant in the Summer. Leaves may be used fresh or dried. Perennial zones 9-11. One live plant in 3" container.