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Creeping Thyme Coccineus is one of the very best flowering groundcovers. 4 to 6 inches tall in sun or partial shade. (Thymus praecox)...
Low growing and tough, this Thyme is perfect planted in a rock path or as a lawn alternative. Lavender-pink flowers emerge in early summer and attract pollinators to the garden. (Thy...
This low-growing Thyme is commonly used in culinary dishes and is highly fragrant, delighting the senses both in the garden and in the kitchen! (Thymus)...
Creeping Thyme Pink Chintz is a flat-growing variety, with light-pink flowers that open up in the summer months. This variety will withstand some foot traffic, making it the ideal ca...
Thyme is one of the most historic plants on earth, most widely-known for its culinary and medicinal uses. All parts of the plant are fragrant, and will spread a heavenly scent wherever they're planted. Various members of this large, diverse tribe are used in herb gardens, of course, but also as ornamentals in flower gardens and as ground covers. Its pinkish flowers and signature grey-green to deep-green foliage, make it highly decorative. Bees and other pollinators find thyme flowers irresistible. Best of all, these plants require almost no care once established.