Anonymous added on November 15, 2014 | Answered

I would like to know if I can keep savory in a pot in a greenhouse here in central Florida for the winter and where would be the best spot to plant it come summer - full sun and how tall does it grow?

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Answered on November 17, 2014

Yes, you can grow it in the greenhouse fine. Keep in mind though that summer savory is an annual while winter savory is a perennial. If you are growing the summer kind, it will only live about a year and then need to be replanted. Full sun is best for them both. They both get to be between 12"-18" tall.

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