Organic Summer Savory

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50 days to harvest Satureja hortensis

HEIRLOOM Aromatic and utterly delectable, savory’s flavor is reminiscent of bright, effervescent thyme and we cannot imagine summer without her. Savory’s exquisitely etheric 2′ branches thrive in gardens, raised beds and containers as well as in sun and partial shade. We enjoy Summer Savory both fresh and dry in salad dressing as well as freshly steamed green beans, fish, poultry & eggs. A perennial in the South, Summer Savory is alas an annual here in the Northeast.

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100 Seeds $3.79 In stock
200 Seeds $6.50 In stock
400 Seeds $12 In stock

Organic Summer Savory

50 days to harvest Satureja hortensis

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HEIRLOOM Aromatic and utterly delectable, savory’s flavor is reminiscent of bright, effervescent thyme and we cannot imagine summer without her. Savory’s exquisitely etheric 2′ branches thrive in gardens, raised beds and containers as well as in sun and partial shade. We enjoy Summer Savory both fresh and dry in salad dressing as well as freshly steamed green beans, fish, poultry & eggs. A perennial in the South, Summer Savory is alas an annual here in the Northeast.

At Fruition, we sow savory indoors in soil blocks four weeks before final frost, transplanting out after final frost with one foot between plants.

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1 review for Organic Summer Savory

  1. Will

    An excellent plant, and one of my favorite herbs. It is excellent tossed stems and all into a soup of smoked ham, onion, potatoes, and green beans. The plants thrived in the heat of summer, happily springing back with plenty of fresh growth after several pretty severe harvests. Full stems store well and maintain their flavor when kept in the freezer to be used throughout the winter.

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Organic Summer Savory

Transplant Only: Sow indoors, 2 seeds/cell thinned to 1 ~6 weeks before last frost. Harden off seedlings (reduce water & temperature 3-7 days) & transplant after frost 10-12″ apart in rows 24-36″ apart. Mulch to reduce weed & watering pressure. Harvest often & don’t let flower for best flavor & maximum production.

Sowing Date: After frost, late May early June
Seed Depth: 1/8 inch
Days to Germination: 7-14
Days to Maturity: 50-55
Plant spacing after thinning: 12 inches
Height: 2 inches

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