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 this one on our rock garden in autumn 2020, where it has performed magnificently. 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 hybrid between O. rotundifolium and O. scabra received an AGM in 2012.  Being Mediterranean, it enjoys a dry sunny location and is strongly recommended. The RHS is conducting a large trial of Origanum cultivars so it will be interesting to see how ‘Kent Beauty’ performs, and if it has rivals of similar style. – Michael Turner