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Savory, Winter (Satureja montana) potted plant, organic

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Family: Mint (Lamiaceae)

Hardy to zones 5 to 10.

Evergreen perennial native to the Mediterranean, Europe, and Russia.  The dark green, shining leaves are esteemed for making tea.  Source of thymol.  Bright green-leaved aromatic shrub. Harvest the preflowering tops several times in the summer, shade dry, and rub out the stems.  This makes good spice. Traditional usage (TWM): Carminative. Plant prefers full sun, regular garden soil, and once established will stay green even if watered very infrequently.  Space plants 2  to 3 feet apart.  Flowers to 2 feet tall.

Potted plant, Certified Organically Grown

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  1. One person found this helpful
    Kelly Schoen

    Thrives in the Dallas/Ft Worth Texas heat.

    Kelly Schoen (verified owner)

    We ordered 3 plants, all are thriving planted in a herb bed with at least 8 hrs/day of the hot Texas sun. We had unusually freezing weather and snow (3 days on the ground) this year, I covered them in a clear plastic, and all did great. Tastes great in teas and cooking, we especially enjoy it in rice. Although in the mint family, not invasive, just keeps to itself in a nice little bundle.

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