If you are in the habit of growing your own fruits, vegetables, and herbs then you already know that there are certain plants that should not be planted too close to other plants, or they could adversely affect one another. For instance, some plants are known as invasive because they can overtake other nearby plants and choke them out. It is important to keep these invasive plants separate from others so that everything has a chance to grow.
What about oregano? Is oregano invasive?
Yes, it is! Oregano is considered an extremely invasive plant, and can easily choke out other species that are planted nearby. For this reason oregano is often planted in pots so that it does not have a chance to interfere with the growth of other plants.