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Image of Thymus

James H. Schutte

(Thyme)

Doone Valley thyme is a mat-forming evergreen perennial grown for its ornamental and culinary value. In summer, short spikes of lavender-pink flowers with reddish buds emerge from carpets of aromatic olive-green, yellow-spotted leaves.

Native to dry grasslands of Europe and Asia, most thymes prefer full sun to partial shade and well-drained neutral to alkaline soil. Cut 'Doone Valley' back hard in early spring and trim lightly after flowering to retain its compact shape. Thyme leaves may be used...

(Silver Thyme, Thyme)

Well-established in English gardens well before the mid-Sixteenth Century, common thyme is a versatile herb and only one of the approximately 350 species of genus Thymus. The exact origin most thymes is uncertain because these valued medicinal and culinary herbs have been moved by man for so long and tend to establish themselves where planted. Generally speaking, they exist in the drier climates of Europe and Asia.

Thyme plants are semi-woody perennials that are low-growing. Most...

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Mark A. Miller

(Linear-leaf Lilac Thyme, Thyme)

Well-established in English gardens well before the mid-Sixteenth Century, common thyme is a versatile herb and only one of the approximately 350 species of genus Thymus. The exact origin most thymes is uncertain because these valued medicinal and culinary herbs have been moved by man for so long and tend to establish themselves where planted. Generally speaking, they exist in the drier climates of Europe and Asia.

Thyme plants are semi-woody perennials that are low-growing. Most...

Image of Thymus

Mark A. Miller

(Long-leaf Gray Thyme, Thyme)

Well-established in English gardens well before the mid-Sixteenth Century, common thyme is a versatile herb and only one of the approximately 350 species of genus Thymus. The exact origin most thymes is uncertain because these valued medicinal and culinary herbs have been moved by man for so long and tend to establish themselves where planted. Generally speaking, they exist in the drier climates of Europe and Asia.

Thyme plants are semi-woody perennials that are low-growing. Most...

(Thyme)

Possibly a hybrid of common thyme (Thymus vulgaris), 'Provence' is a low evergreen woody-based herb with small narrow orange-scented gray-green leaves. These can be harvested throughout the season and make an excellent flavoring for fish, poultry, and vegetables. From early to midsummer it bears short spires of pale pink flowers.

Thyme does well with heat and drought and grows best in full sun and well drained, infertile, neutral to alkaline soil. Prune back leggy stems in early spring,...

Image of Thymus (Coccineus Group) photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Thyme)

Comprising all cultivars of creeping thyme that have crimson flowers, hairs on two sides of the stem, and round or oval leaves, creeping red thyme is a mat-forming, evergreen culinary herb long grown in gardens. It spreads by slender creeping stems to form carpets of tiny leaves. From early- to midsummer it bears numerous rounded clusters of bright deep magenta flowers. Throughout the season its savory leaves can be harvested for cooking.

Red creeping thyme is tolerant of heat and drought and...

(Cretan Thyme)

Well-established in English gardens well before the mid-Sixteenth Century, common thyme is a versatile herb and only one of the approximately 350 species of genus Thymus. The exact origin most thymes is uncertain because these valued medicinal and culinary herbs have been moved by man for so long and tend to establish themselves where planted. Generally speaking, they exist in the drier climates of Europe and Asia.

Thyme plants are semi-woody perennials that are low-growing. Most...

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Mark A. Miller

(Cretan Thyme, Tuffet Thyme)

Well-established in English gardens well before the mid-Sixteenth Century, common thyme is a versatile herb and only one of the approximately 350 species of genus Thymus. The exact origin most thymes is uncertain because these valued medicinal and culinary herbs have been moved by man for so long and tend to establish themselves where planted. Generally speaking, they exist in the drier climates of Europe and Asia.

Thyme plants are semi-woody perennials that are low-growing. Most...

Image of Thymus herba-barona photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Caraway Thyme)

Well-established in English gardens well before the mid-Sixteenth Century, common thyme is a versatile herb and only one of the approximately 350 species of genus Thymus. The exact origin most thymes is uncertain because these valued medicinal and culinary herbs have been moved by man for so long and tend to establish themselves where planted. Generally speaking, they exist in the drier climates of Europe and Asia.

Thyme plants are semi-woody perennials that are low-growing. Most...

Image of Thymus membranaceus photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Thyme)

Well-established in English gardens well before the mid-Sixteenth Century, common thyme is a versatile herb and only one of the approximately 350 species of genus Thymus. The exact origin most thymes is uncertain because these valued medicinal and culinary herbs have been moved by man for so long and tend to establish themselves where planted. Generally speaking, they exist in the drier climates of Europe and Asia.

Thyme plants are semi-woody perennials that are low-growing. Most...