Growing Savory - winter savory, also Savory

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07 Jul 18 Bryson Huddleston (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Will winter savory bloom in winter ? if so, are these blooms suitable for native bees ? Do you know of any herbs which bloom in winter. thank you Bryson...
01 Jun 20 Chris (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Mine does not flower in winter. The tiny flowers do feed many species of native bees. I got mine from living-mudflower blog. they had summer savory and lemon savory.
13 Jul 18 Mike L (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
It does say plant in Aug Sept and eat in 6-10 weeks so I would say it doesn't bloom in winter. I have borage flowering at the moment. they say it is a herb but I wouldn't eat it - like sand paper. It is good for bees.

Mine does not flower in winter. The tiny flowers do feed many species of native bees. I got mine from living-mudflower blog. they had summer savory and lemon savory.

- Chris

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