A plant with many names,, is commonly called Cuban Oregano and also bears the monikers Mexican Mint, Indian Borage, and Caribbean Oregano. This evergreen perennial works well in mixed beds, mass plantings, and as a ground cover. Its edible fragrant rounded leaves bear a terminal point, serrated margins, and a soft pubescence. The trumpet-shaped flowers are lavender, pink, or white. Hardy 9 through 11, this plant thrives in full to partial sunlight and fast draining nutrient-rich soil with a neutral pH level. Regular care ensures Cuban Oregano’s health and success in a garden.