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Winter Savory Transplant


The ancient Roman writer, Pliny, named the genus ‘Satureja,’ which is derived from the word “satyr,” a half goat and half man mythological being who revelled in all savory delights. It was these ancient Romans that introduced the herb to England around the time of Caesar’s reign. Both winter and summer savory have a strong peppery flavour, although winter savory has a more pungent flavour than summer. Both herbs can be used in a variety of foods and help to enliven flavour without the use of additional salt and pepper. For this reason, winter savory herbs are often paired with beans during cooking since the addition of salt at that time would toughen the beans. Savory is not only used in a variety of culinary preparations, but the dried leaves are often added to potpourri. The fresh or dried leaves can also be used to infuse vinegar, herb butters or steeped for tea. Hardy to zone 5.


OP.  90 Days


Certified Organic Transplants. 2″ potted







Pre-order now to pick up from the farm this spring!

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