This is Origanum vulgare Hirtum, also known as Greek Oregano, and Winter Marjoram. Growing up 2 feet this perennial likes to live in full sun. Blooming in the middle of Summer this plant blossoms white. The leaves can be eaten both raw and dried, but are prefered dried. The leaves are usually used in salads, vegetables, and legumes. The flowered stems and leaves are commonly used in teas. USDA HArdiness Zones 5 to 9.