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Thymus 'x 'Spicy Orange''

Thymus 'x 'Spicy Orange''

Common Name: Orange Scented Thyme
Unique prostrate needle-like foliage creeps along to form a nice carpet. Butterflies are attracted to the soft pink flowers that appear in early summer. A great culinary variety, combining hints of allspice and a flavor of orange. Very aromatic. Tolerates moderate foot traffic....

Thymus praecox 'Coccineus'

Thymus praecox 'Coccineus'

Common Name: Red Creeping Thyme
This low-growing plant forms an attractive, dark gray-green mat of foliage. Small crimson flowers cover the foliage in late spring. An ideal choice to use between walkway stones, as edging or in rock gardens....

Thymus praecox 'Pink Chintz'

Thymus praecox 'Pink Chintz'

Common Name: Pink Chintz Thyme
Deep olive evergreen foliage showcases pretty salmon-pink flowers in summer. Perfect for filling in between pavers, along a garden path or covering a dry slope. Place near entryways or patios to enjoy the fragrance. One of the more drought tolerant thymes....

Thymus praecox 'Pseudolanuginosus'

Thymus praecox 'Pseudolanuginosus'

Common Name: Wooly Thyme
A low-growing creeper with aromatic, hairy, silver-gray leaves and pale pink flowers. Foliage forms a tight mat, making it ideal for ground cover, edging or rock gardens. Also used for culinary and medicinal purposes....

Thymus serphyllum

Thymus serphyllum

Common Name: Mother of Thyme
Creeping mat of sweet-scented foliage with rosy-purple flowers early to mid summer. One of the better thymes for mass planting....

Thymus serphyllum 'Magic Carpet'

Thymus serphyllum 'Magic Carpet'

Common Name: Creeping Thyme
A lovely thyme that grows very close to the ground with pink flowers in late spring. The deep green foliage has a nice lemon fragrance when stepped on....

Thymus serpyllum 'Elfin'

Thymus serpyllum 'Elfin'

Common Name: Mother of Thyme
A very slow-growing variety of thyme that is amazingly compact. Dark pink flowers dot the cushion of green foliage in early to mid summer. Plant where it can be enjoyed up close. Great for use in between stepping stones....

Thymus vulgaris

Thymus vulgaris

Common Name: English Thyme
Evergreen glossy leaves with bright lavender flowers exude a terrific fragrance. The most popular thyme for culinary purposes, use english thyme to flavour meats, soups and stews. Flowers attract butterflies and honeybees. Plant in a raised herb bed or on the ledge of a rock garden....

Thymus vulgaris 'Doone Valley'

Thymus vulgaris 'Doone Valley'

Common Name: Doone Valley Thyme
A low-growing dark green thyme that displays gold tips in fall and winter. Lemon-scented foliage makes it ideal for use in walkways as the smell is released when the leaves are crushed. Delicate lavender flowers bloom mid summer....

Thymus vulgaris var. 'French'

Thymus vulgaris var. 'French'

Common Name: French Thyme
Narrow leaves are distinctively greyer than english varieties. Prefered by the French for its sweeter taste, it is indispensible in French cuisine. Slightly less hardy than english thymes, it may need some shelter and winter protection in Zone 5....

Thymus x citriodorus

Thymus x citriodorus

Common Name: Lemon Thyme

Green and gold variegated leaves have a pronounced lemon scent. Tiny rosy-pink flowers bloom late spring thru mid summer.

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Thymus x citriodorus 'Aureus'

Thymus x citriodorus 'Aureus'

Common Name: Golden Lemon Thyme
Variegated, upright, golden foliage with lavender flowers and an intense lemon aroma. Used with seafood, meat, sauces, and tea....
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