Satureja Montana

Winter Savory

Winter Savory
Winter Savory is extremely spicy.

Satureja Montana or Winter Savory is a very spicy herb.

Winter Savory is a very easy to grow perennial herb.

It is not tasty enough, by itself, to be the main herb in a Zaatar mix.  Although, if you mix Winter Savory with other herbs, such as Thymbra Spicata or Coridothymus Capitatus, then Satureja Montana does itself well by providing a semi-sweet & very spicy addition.

Satureja Montana grows to about one foot high.

Needs full sun and the really good drainage, more than the other Zaatar plants

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Pink Savory

Satureja Thymbra

Pink Savory
Spicy scent of Pink Savory.

Known as different names:

  • Pink Savory
  • Barrel Sweetner

Do not let this small herb fool you.  Pink Savory is a short herb with a lot of punch, VERY SPICY.

You can use Pink Savory not just in your Zaatar mix but also with any recipe that calls for savory.

Pink Savory loves dry heat weather.

Pink Savory typically grows to about one foot high and two feet wide.  From May to June it is covered with pink flowers, which are also spicy.

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Coridothymus Capitatus

Coridothymus Capitatus

Conehead Thyme
Conehead Thyme has a amazing spicy scent.

Known by many names:

  • Conehead Thyme
  • Israeli Thyme
  • Persian Hyssop
  • Spanish Oregano
  • Thymbra Capitata
  • Saturjea Capitata
  • Thymus Capitatus
  • Thymus Capitatus Oregano
  • Cordiothymus Capitatus

 

This herb is a very slow grower.  Grows to about a two foot wide mound.  It typically reaches one to three feet in overall height.

The amazing part about Coridothymus Capitatus is that when it is in bloom.  The plant will be fully covered with pink flowers.  If you thought the herb leaves were spicy, get your taste buds ready when you eat the flowers, SPICY.

I actually like using the flowers and the leaves in guacamole and on top of pizza.

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