(Best months for growing Savory - summer savory in New Zealand - cool/mountain regions)
P = Sow seed
Likes a well-drained soil in full sun. A small spindly bush with dark green leaves and white or pink flowers. The leaves are pungent and spicy
About 30cm (12 in) high.
Useful to attract bees and butterflies. .
This is an annual plant and won't survive frost - cut it before the first frost and hang to dry. Then use the crushed or crumbled leaves. Plant in succession to extend useful life.
Usually added to peas, beans or lentils. It has a slightly spicy flavour.
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