Wild marjoram is late flowering, with pale lilac blooms in clusters. The flowers can last well into the Autumn and still attract pollinators, so is a pretty addition to a meadow. It prefers a calcareous, well drained soil.
Bees are also attracted to the scent of the Wild marjoram and it is a great plant for pollinators.
Wild marjoram adds a wonderful scent to fresh hay, when a meadow is cut