Purple Creeping Thyme Seeds
1750 Purple creeping thyme seeds. Creeping Thyme is one of the best-known and most widely used herbs. It’s a striking plant with purple flowers, attracting bees and other insects. It grows into a spreading carpet of tight, shrubby growth and is ideal for filling in crevices in rock gardens and patios. It’s also suitable for growing in pots with other Mediterranean herbs, such as oregano and rosemary. The foliage releases a strong aroma when crushed or brushed against.
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|Sow Outside||March-May or Aug-Sept
|Sow Inside (before transplanting)||
Wild or creeping thyme, Thymus serpyllum, is native to a wide area of Europe and Asia, including the UK. It’s a good choice for ground cover in sunny sites, including in gravel and rock gardens. You can even use it to create an aromatic thyme lawn. For best results grow Thymus serpyllum in full sun and well-drained soil. Trim after flowering to keep it compact.
Seeds can be sown indoors in late winter to spring or in autumn at temperatures around 13°C (55°F) or they can be sown directly into the garden between May and August. Sowing Indoors: Sow seed on the surface of lightly firmed, moist seed compost in pots or trays. Do not cover as they need light to germinate.