Thymus vulgaris

 

Thyme grows best in well drained soil with a bit of compost dug in at planting. 

It's a spreading perennial ground cover that likes its own space. Avoid other plants shading it out as it will become leggy and give up. Give it about 25-30 cm on its own. 

 

Thyme is a valuable herb in the kitchen garden. I recommend growing several plants if you like to use it in cooking. It makes a pretty and useful garden border. 

 

It's picked as required and should be cut back once it finishes flowering to promote vigorous, bushy growth.

 

 

Thyme

AU$4.00Price
  • Thyme thrives in a sunny, hot, dry spot so only water when the ground is completely dry. It grows well in containers.

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