The leaves of Summer Savory have a sharp, peppery flavor similar to thyme. Its taste makes it a very versatile addition to dishes. This variety is well suited for bean dishes, meat pies, poultry dressings, salads, soups and casseroles.
Instructions: Sow seed direct into the garden after danger of frost has passed. Or start indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost. Prefers well drained soil. Keep moist. Pack soil around stem to prevent plants from falling. Pick leaves anytime after plant is well established.
Suggestions: For drying, cut off entire plant just before flowering and hang to dry.
700 milligrams / approximately 1000-1100 seeds