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By Toby Abernathy Aliza Gottlieb DDS and Liliane Lind
October 29, 2017
Thyme, Thymus
  • zones: 4-9
  • light: Sun
  • flower color: Pink, Red, White
  • foliage color: Blue/Green
  • plant type: Herb, Perennial
  • height: Under 6 inches to 12 inches
  • season features: Spring Bloom
  • special features: Attracts Birds, Fragrance, Good for Containers
  • problem solvers: Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Groundcover, Slope/Erosion Control

While thyme can be grown to add color to your garden, most folks plant thyme to use as an herb for cooking. This tough and rugged perennial often forms dense mats of foliage that are topped with attractive blossoms. There are also some wonderful filler varieties that can be planted between rocks and paths, and some varieties can even be used as a lawn substitute. Consider planting thyme near paths, they release a delightful fragrance when brushed. Many cooks plant thyme near the kitchen so they can easily snip a stem or two when cooking.

Thyme, Thymus

While thyme can be grown to add color to your garden, most folks plant thyme to use as an herb for cooking. This tough and rugged perennial often forms dense mats of foliage that are topped with attractive blossoms. There are also some wonderful filler varieties that can be planted between rocks and paths, and some varieties can even be used as a lawn substitute. Consider planting thyme near paths, they release a delightful fragrance when brushed. Many cooks plant thyme near the kitchen so they can easily snip a stem or two when cooking.

Thyme, Thymus
  • zones: 4-9
  • light: Sun
  • flower color: Pink, Red, White

While thyme can be grown to add color to your garden, most folks plant thyme to use as an herb for cooking. This tough and rugged perennial often forms dense mats of foliage that are topped with attractive blossoms. There are also some wonderful filler varieties that can be planted between rocks and paths, and some varieties can even be used as a lawn substitute. Consider planting thyme near paths, they release a delightful fragrance when brushed. Many cooks plant thyme near the kitchen so they can easily snip a stem or two when cooking.

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