Thymus | Thyme

Pink Chintz Thyme (Thymus)

Thymus | Thyme

Zones 4-9 | | Blooming Late Spring - Summer

Thyme plants (Thymus) are an excellent small-scale groundcover for the low-water garden. Thyme can be used as a colorful, low-maintenance replacement for small patches of lawn. Use one variety, or intermingle patches of different plants. Thyme lawns are typically best for smaller spaces less than 200 sq. ft. and they prefer climates of the western U.S. (Thyme dislikes hot, humid summer weather.) So stop mowing and replace your turf grass with low-maintenance thyme! Read about Creating A Thyme Lawn.

 

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  1. Fredo Garden Thyme, Thymus vulgaris 'Fredo'

    Fredo Garden Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) offers traditional thyme flavor, scent, and summer flowering in a compact form. A wonderful dwarf English thyme for your herb gardens, rock garde...

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    Fredo Garden Thyme Fredo Garden Thyme Thymus vulgaris Fredo
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    Fredo Garden Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) offers traditional thyme flavor, scent, and summer flowering in a compact form. A wonderful dwarf English thyme for your herb gardens, rock gardens, or terracotta pots, with strong upright stems make harvesting leaves easy. The scent of ‘Fredo’ makes it highly deer resistant. Plant plenty for culinary use, and let flowers grow in summer to attract pollinators.
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