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Organic Summer Savory
Organic Summer Savory
Organic Summer Savory


 
HEIRLOOM Each year we grow many herbs, but few we love as well as Summer Savory. We describe its flavor as 'effervescent thyme,' bright and aromatic while richly savory, but truly: Summer Savory tastes only of itself. Fresh or dry, we enjoy Summer Savory on freshly steamed green beans, fish, poultry, eggs & many other vegetables.

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Organic Summer Savory HEIRLOOM Each year we grow many herbs, but few we love as well as Summer Savory. We always describe its flavor as 'effervescent thyme,' bright and aromatic while richly savory, but truly: Summer Savory tastes only of itself. It's unique flavor and unusually etheric, upright structure delight us in gardens and containers alike. Fresh or dry, we enjoy Summer Savory on freshly steamed green beans, fish, poultry, eggs & many other vegetables. Depending on fertility, your plants will reach 12 to 18 inches tall and a foot or less wide. A perennial in the South, Summer Savory is alas an annual here in the Northeast.

50 days to maturity

Satureja hortensis

Thinning Young Transplants

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December 12, 2017
Reviewer: Elizabeth Castner from Dundee, NY United States  
A little leggy - perhaps I didn't start them with enough light

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Savory November 28, 2017
Reviewer: Kathryn M Gabig from Easton, PA United States  
Grt plants

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organic summer savory November 18, 2017
Reviewer: janice jones from canandaigua, NY United States  
another welcome addition to my herb garden

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November 15, 2017
Reviewer: Anne Cavanaugh from Petersham, MA United States  
Grew well and I loved this herb in cooking.

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One of my garden and cooking favorites November 3, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Kenmore, NY United States  
I fell in love with Summer Savory as a culinary herb at a farm, so it was one of the first herbs I've grown in our garden beds at home.  I love the fresh herbal flavor and aroma; it grows well, dries well, and attracts and feeds bees.

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