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Creeping Lemon Thyme

Creeping Lemon Thyme (Thymus serpyllum)

Creeping Lemon Thyme forms a tight mat of evergreen foliage that emits a delightful lemony scent! The plant will withstand heavy foot traffic, and makes an excellent groundcover. It also looks nice spilling over container edges. The leaves may be used fresh or dried to add flavor to…

Creeping Thyme

Creeping Thyme 'Magic Carpet' (Thymus serpyllum)

Deep green foliage releases a sweet lemony scent when disturbed. 'Magic Carpet' is smothered with carmine-pink blooms in summer. The flowers attract bees and butterflies to the garden.

Creeping Thyme, Mother of Thyme

Creeping Thyme, Mother of Thyme 'Purple Carpet' (Thymus praecox)

A low growing evergreen valued for its fragrant foliage and dainty blooms. Wonderfully fragrant foliage provides a treat for the senses. Attracts bees to the garden.

Creeping Thyme, Mother of Thyme

Creeping Thyme, Mother of Thyme (Thymus britannicus)

This thyme is often used as a groundcover, whether in the herb garden or the landscape. The dense mat of foliage is great for filling in around taller plants and the leaves add a subtle fragrant note to the garden. Produces charming little purple flowers in summer that are sure to…

Creeping Thyme, Mother of Thyme

Creeping Thyme, Mother of Thyme (Thymus praecox)

A must for every herb garden. Wonderfully fragrant foliage provides a treat for the senses. A charming display of colorful, dainty blooms. Attracts bees to the garden.

Creeping Thyme, Wild Thyme

Creeping Thyme, Wild Thyme 'Pink Chintz' (Thymus serpyllum)

Wonderfully fragrant foliage provides a treat for the senses. Small woolly leaves form spreading mats. Masses of delightful salmon-pink flowers bloom in summer. Attracts bees to the garden.

Creeping Thyme, Wild Thyme

Creeping Thyme, Wild Thyme (Thymus serpyllum)

Also known as Mother of Thyme this creeping species is commonly used s a fragrant groundcover and less so for cooking. Its dainty summer blooms are a wonderful nectar source for honey bees.

Culinary Thyme, Garden Thyme

Culinary Thyme, Garden Thyme (Thymus species)

A fantastic multi-purpose plant! Thyme is best known as an edible herb, but it is available in a vast array of foliage colors, textures and fragrances that all provide a rich palette for landscape designing. Thyme is a splendid choice for use as a groundcover in a small space, or for…

English Thyme, Common Thyme, Garden Thyme

English Thyme, Common Thyme, Garden Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)

An evergreen herb, with dainty but flavorful leaves most popular in cooked dishes. Harvest as needed and cut back to about 3" (1cm) two or three times per season to encourage thicker growth. Easily dried for long-term storage.

English Thyme

English Thyme 'Miniature' (Thymus vulgaris)

This petite herb is delightful for growing in containers, between paving stones and along walkways! The leaves may be used fresh or dried to add flavor to meat dishes, marinades, vinegars and stuffing. Dried leaves are nice for adding to homemade potpourri.