We noticed this plant at Abbotsbury during the 2019 Dorset tour. It was not labelled but was subsequently identified by John Fielding as Origanum ‘Kent Beauty’ from a photo I took.  We planted one on our rock garden in autumn 2020, where it has performed magnificently, as you can see. Its pink/purple bracts provide the display and last for at least two months before fading in late August; the small flowers are well hidden but attract a good number of bees. This plant is said to be a hybrid between O. rotundifolium and O. scabra and it received an AGM in 2012. We did not find many suppliers when we were looking but it seems more widely available now, so perhaps its reputation is growing.  Being Mediterranean, it enjoys a dry sunny location and is strongly recommended. The RHS is conducting a large trial of Origanum cultivars this year so it will be interesting to know how Kent Beauty performs, and if there are rivals of similar style. – Michael Turner