Savory - Long valued as a medicinal herb, Summer Savory
is now mostly used in cooking. Easy to grow. Sweet-scented, peppery
flavoured leaves are used fresh or preserved in salads, soups
or sauces and in meat, stuffing, bean and lentil dishes. For
best flavour, add during latter stages of cooking. Seed direct
in garden after last frost. Pinch back flowers for bushy growth.
Companion plant for beans and onions. Attracts bees. Prefers
dry, sunny location.
Maturity: 60 days - Habit: Hardy Annual - Preservation: Dry or