Lebanese Za’atar



These Lebanese za’atar seeds were gifted to me by Owen Bridge from Annapolis seeds in Nova Scotia and they grew very well here in Stanbridge East.  This plant was gifted to Owen from his good friend Niki Jabboour.  This plant botanically ressembles summer savory.  We have been drinking it in a tea over the winter season to keep our bodies strong.  Almost tastes like a mix between oregano and hyssop.

Za’atar is a mix of a variety of herbs and spices used in Middle Eastern cooking, often on breads and pizzas.

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Lebanese Za’atar

  • 150 seeds
  • Open pollinated
  • Heirloom
  • Distance between plant – 10-16″
  • Distance between row – 16-18″
  • Half sun
  • Water every 1-2 days
  • Days to maturity – 58 days
  • Days to germination – 5-12 days
  • Height – 8-12″
  • Cold Hardy
  • Satureji hortensis
  • Germ % 80

Produced on the farm, the seeds are from Owen Bridge from Annapolis seeds who received them from Niki Jabbour (Bhamdoun Lebanese mountains).

Sow: Indoors 4-6 weeks before last frost 1/8’’ deep

Harvest: Leaves and flowers all season long.

Seeds produced: Le Noyau farms


Additional information

Weight 0.002 kg
Dimensions 8.255 × 0.3 × 11.43 cm


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