(Best months for growing Savory - winter savory in New Zealand - cool/mountain regions)
S = Plant undercover in seed trays. T = Plant out (transplant) seedlings.
Grow this perennial herb in light, well drained soil in full sun.
Winter savory is a small shrub with small, dark, green leaves.
Will make a decorative low hedge if trimmed.
Winter savory propagates better from cuttings than seeds.
It will survive all but the hardest winters if it is mulched well before frosts.
Can be used as seasoning for beans and other green vegetables.
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