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Savory - Plant

Savory - Plant

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  • Comes with a self watering pot
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Delight your senses and elevate your culinary adventures with Vermi Organics' Savory plant. Known for its aromatic leaves and versatile flavor profile, Savory, scientifically classified under the Satureja genus, is a culinary herb that adds a savory kick to a variety of dishes. With its compact growth habit and easy cultivation, this herb is a must-have for both seasoned chefs and home cooks. Join us as we explore the delightful nuances of Savory, a culinary companion available at Vermi Organics.

About: Savory Plant, a member of the mint family (Lamiaceae), encompasses several species within the Satureja genus. Commonly cultivated varieties include Summer Savory (Satureja hortensis) and Winter Savory (Satureja montana). Both varieties share a reputation for their aromatic leaves and a flavor profile that balances herbal and peppery notes. Originating from the Mediterranean region, Savory has a rich culinary history dating back to ancient times and continues to be cherished for its role in enhancing the taste of diverse dishes.

Benefits: Beyond its culinary uses, Savory Plant offers a range of potential health benefits:

  1. Digestive Aid: Savory has been traditionally used to aid digestion, with its aromatic compounds believed to have positive effects on the digestive system.
  2. Antioxidant Properties: The herb contains antioxidants that may contribute to overall health by neutralizing free radicals in the body.
  3. Rich in Nutrients: Savory is a source of essential nutrients, including vitamins A and C, as well as minerals such as iron and manganese.

Type of Plant (Indoor or Outdoor): Savory is primarily an outdoor plant, thriving in full sunlight and well-drained soil. While it can be challenging to replicate the ideal outdoor conditions indoors, it is possible to grow Savory in containers on sunny windowsills or balconies, allowing culinary enthusiasts to enjoy its fresh flavors year-round.

Care: Caring for Savory involves providing the right conditions for its growth and flavor development:

  • Sunlight: Requires full sunlight for at least 6 hours a day. Plant in a location where it receives ample sunlight, preferably in a south-facing or west-facing position.
  • Soil: Well-draining soil with a slightly alkaline to neutral pH is ideal. Adding organic matter to the soil enhances fertility.
  • Watering: Maintain consistent soil moisture, allowing the top inch of soil to dry out between waterings. Avoid waterlogged conditions, as Savory prefers a moderate level of soil moisture.
  • Pruning: Regular pruning encourages bushier growth and helps maintain the plant's shape. Harvesting the leaves regularly also promotes the development of new, flavorful growth.

Common Names: Savory is recognized by various common names, including Summer Savory, Winter Savory, and Bean Herb. These names reflect the herb's popularity in seasoning beans and legumes.


  • Height: Depending on the variety, Savory plants typically reach a height of 12 to 18 inches.
  • Leaves: Small, lance-shaped leaves with a vibrant green color. The leaves are densely packed along the stems.
  • Flowers: Tiny white to pale pink flowers bloom in clusters during the summer months.

Special Features:

  1. Aromatic Foliage: The leaves of Savory are highly aromatic, releasing a fragrant blend of herbal and peppery notes when crushed or bruised.

  2. Culinary Versatility: Savory is prized for its culinary versatility, complementing a wide range of dishes, including soups, stews, sauces, and grilled meats.

  3. Bee-Friendly: The flowers of Savory attract pollinators, making it a bee-friendly herb that contributes to garden biodiversity.


  1. Culinary Delight: Savory is a culinary treasure, enhancing the flavor of various dishes. Use it fresh or dried in soups, salads, meat dishes, and vegetable preparations.

  2. Herb Gardens: Cultivate Savory in herb gardens, alongside other culinary herbs, for easy access to fresh leaves when cooking.

  3. Companion Planting: Plant Savory near beans and legumes to enhance their flavor and deter pests. It is a classic companion plant for beans.

  4. Tea Infusions: Create aromatic herbal teas by infusing Savory leaves in hot water. The tea is not only flavorful but also believed to have digestive benefits.

  5. Medicinal Preparations: While primarily used as a culinary herb, Savory has been historically used in traditional medicine for its potential digestive and antioxidant properties.

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