Common thyme herb plant for culinary use
- Thyme is considered to have antiseptic and preservative properties and has long been used medicinally, as well as to preserve meats
- Thyme is a low-growing, woody perennial that performs especially well in somewhat dry, sunny conditions
- A beloved Mediterranean herb, it holds its taste in cooking and blends well with other flavours of its native region, such as garlic, olive oil, and tomatoes
- Thyme can be grown in patio pots or in the front of garden borders
- Suitable for UK gardens and climate
Can grow up to 60 cm in the right conditions.
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Best Growing Conditions
Avoid waterlogged soils. This is because it can lead to root rot and compacted surroundings, which will hinder your herbs growth.