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Oregano is an herb that grows as a small shrub reaching up to 2 feet (60 cm) tall. It propagates through its roots. The bush will produce small white flowers in the fall.

Quite hardy, it can survive below freezing temperatures for a short time, but in northern gardens it won't survive the prolonged winter. You will need to replant some each spring.

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There are many different varieties of grapefruit, but all are divided into white or pink categories.

The trees grow 15 to 20 feet tall (4.5 to 6 metres.) Occasionally an old one will reach 45 feet (almost 14 metres.) The fruit is large, averaging 4 to 6 inches wide (10 to 15 cm), and round, sometimes slightly pear shaped, with smooth skin.
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