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Image of Thymus vulgaris photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Common Thyme)

Thyme is one of the most versatile herbs for the garden. Its ornamental value, varied culinary uses, and natural pest repelling abilities make thyme a must-have in any kitchen garden. To read more about using thyme to repel pests in the vegetable patch, go to: http://www.learn2grow.com/gardeningguides/edibles/herbs/GardenGuardians.aspx Thyme’s linear to elliptical gray-green, finely hairy leaves retain their fragrance and color throughout the year in all but the coldest climates. In late spring...

Image of Thymus vulgaris

Jesse Saylor

(Common Thyme)

Thyme is one of the most versatile herbs for the garden. Its ornamental value, varied culinary uses, and natural pest repelling abilities make thyme a must-have in any kitchen garden. To read more about using thyme to repel pests in the vegetable patch, go to: http://www.learn2grow.com/gardeningguides/edibles/herbs/GardenGuardians.aspx Thyme’s linear to elliptical gray-green, finely hairy leaves retain their fragrance and color throughout the year in all but the coldest climates. In late spring...

Image of Thymus vulgaris

Mark A. Miller

(Common Thyme, Narrow-leaf French Thyme)

Thyme is one of the most versatile herbs for the garden. Its ornamental value, varied culinary uses, and natural pest repelling abilities make thyme a must-have in any kitchen garden. To read more about using thyme to repel pests in the vegetable patch, go to: http://www.learn2grow.com/gardeningguides/edibles/herbs/GardenGuardians.aspx Thyme’s linear to elliptical gray-green, finely hairy leaves retain their fragrance and color throughout the year in all but the coldest climates. In late spring...