I'm always amazed what survives in which places in my herb garden. This winter savory (Satureja montana) was growing in the patio in the front of the garden. This is the perennial choice of the savories. It gets about one foot tall and is very hardy from Zones 5 to 11. It needs full sun to do well and it has white flowers in late July or August. Winter savory is the stronger in flavor and is great with soups and stews (Although split the amount you are adding because the flavor doesn't hold up through the stewing process. Add some at the beginning of cooking and the rest about the last 15 minutes of cooking.) and is also good with beans. Summer savory is the annual although it reseeds if it likes its spot. So we decided to move it to the rock wall for this season. We are definitely getting enough rain for it to survive. In fact, we are under a severe thunderstorm warning at the moment. Talk to you later.