Satureja montanaArticle number: 73407
Mountain savory, also called winter savory, can be used fresh and dried and should be harvested before flowering. The mountain savory develops its intense aroma especially when cooking. It best suits bean dishes, but also other vegetables, stews, legumes and potato dishes. Since the leaves of winter hardy savory are more stable, the branches should be cooked as a whole and removed after cooking.
- Growth habit:mounding
- Growth vigor:compact