Common name(s): winter savory
Description: evergreen shrublet; very aromatic narrow, green foliage and white flowers in summer. Cultivated for at least 2000 years and used for culinary application and medicine amongst ancient Greeks and Romans. Reputed to benefit digestion.
Height: to 1 ft. Spread: to 18 in.
Position: full sun and well-draining soil
Uses: culinary- bean dishes, soups, meats, etc., medicine, ornamental- low hedges
Winter Hardiness: to 0 F and below