Thymus serpyllum 'Coccineus' (Creeping Thyme) TL


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Creeping Thyme Thymus Serpyllum is a robust, hardy perennial subshrub native to Europe and North Africa.  Creeping Thyme seeds can be started indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost or directly outdoors in spring. Also commonly called Wild Thyme or Mother-of-Thyme, this outstanding herbaceous plant is a creeping, woody based perennial which is primarily used as a ground cover. Creeping Thyme produces numerous, thin, somewhat woody stems that form a flat 6-8 inches tall mat of attractive foliage with tiny rounded, glossy blue-green leaves that are covered by clusters of tiny, tubular, deep-pink, lemon-scented flowers. Creeping Thyme blooms all summer attracting bees and butterflies, and its evergreen foliage is attractive even when not in bloom.

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