(SATUREJA HORTENSIS) Summer savory is used in Canada much like we use sage in America. It is often used in turkey and chicken dishes or in stews. One little tip, crush savory prior to adding to a dish. It will release the flavor. In Canada, you will find it available year-round dried and the people there at large spoonfuls to their dishes. Summer savory is a popular herb to add to sausage, especially in Bulgaria. The Bulgarians love savory so much that instead of salt and pepper on their tables, they will use three condiments: salt paprika and the final one being summer savory. They will mix the three together and call it sharena sol (colorful salt). It also makes a garnishing substitute for parsley and chervil. It is said that a sprig rubbed on a bee sting provides instant relief.'; ?> Order <? echo $common; ?>, <? echo $sci; ?>, Herb Seeds
Herbs
 
 

 
HomeAloe, Cape
Herb Seed Catalog

 
Herb Roots

Join our Newsletter!
 
Shipping Policies
Need Fast Shipping? Use Priority Mail

Refund Policy | No Paypal?

Aloe feroxNative Herbal Plants
Medicinal Values
About SM Herbs
Contact SM Herbs
Sand Mountain

Chinese Herbs
Cooking Herbs




Aloe, Cape
 

 

 

SOLD OUT'; break; case n: echo ''; break; } ?>

 
  <? echo $com_nocom; ?>Scientific Name:
Common Name:  
Other Common Names:

Plant Type:
Where To Plant:
Soil Types: Average
Zones (See US Zone map): 3-9
Germination:
Number of Seeds Per Pack:
Uses:
Notes:

Price: $/pkt 
 
Order Here Online
Sold Out'; break; case n: echo ''; break; } ?>

To Mail In Your Order Please Use The  Below...

Mail-In Order Form

Tags:

Any statement made concerning medical conditions treated with this herb is not intended as sound medical advice. The seeds are NOT to be ingested only planted. Herbs need to taken only with the guidance of a trained physician or established herblist.
 

Previous Herb 

 Back to Herb Catalog

Next Herb

 

  Sand Mountain Herbs c/o Larry Chandler  321 County Road 18  Fyffe, AL 35971  Email: Click here to email Sand Mountain Herbs

 

link to us | about sand mountain herbs.com | faq
questions or comments? send us feedback.
copyright © 2002-  Sand Mountain Herbs
all rights reserved
Website Interactive