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There are different types of thyme plants and growing them successfully depends not only on what type you have and region grown but also having the right thyme care information at your fingertips. This is where we come in. Below you will find everything you need to grow thyme herbs. Learn where they grow and what conditions growing thyme plants require, including pruning tips and more.
Thyme is an herb steeped in history with a wide range of uses, not the least of which is culinary. With such a plethora of applications, it is a “must have” for the herb garden. So then, how to propagate thyme you ask? Find out here.
There are plants you just want to touch and woolly thyme plants are just one of them. Growing and caring for this herb plant is easy. Read this article for information on how to grow woolly thyme.
Elfin creeping thyme plant is as cherubic as its name implies with small glossy, green aromatic leaves and teeny weensy purple or pink blossoms. Read here for information on elfin thyme care.
Creeping thyme is a spreading thyme variety. It is excellent planted as a lawn substitute or amongst stepping stones or pavers. Learn more about creeping thyme plant care and more in this article.
Any time is a good time to grow thyme. There are over 300 thyme varieties to choose from so it's easy to find one for nearly every climate and landscape. Read here for common types of thyme plants you can grow.
Thyme is one of the most versatile herbs, with various cultivars and flavors. Knowing how to dry thyme can help you preserve the delightful scent and flavor of this herb for easy home use. Click here for more.