If you like to cook you'll want to have fresh thyme in your garden or patio. Thyme is a hardy, perennial, herb that is perfect for those winter stews and soups. The leaves are small but incredibly flavorful.
Outside growing thyme as a landscaping plant in rock gardens and alongside patios is hugely popular, thanks to its tolerance for dry, hot conditions.
Lots of cooks consider thyme to be a staple herb, and it’s often used with oregano and parsley. Having fresh thyme available will enhance your cooking and make your kitchen smell like summer.
Likes full sun and lots of water. Thyme is always a staple in any good cook's garden.
Soil: Loamy, sandy, well-drained, rich in organic matter Sun Exposure: Full sun and the hotter the better. Maturity 85 Days.
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