700 seeds $2.25
Creeping thyme is a drought-tolerant groundcover with tiny, gray-green leaves and purplish-pink flowers in early summer. The plants spread slowly, eventually filling any space you give them. Creeping thyme is wonderful for erosion control in rockeries and slopes in small areas. It tolerates light foot traffic, which makes it perfect for planting between paving stones. Thymus serpyllum is also known as Mother of Thyme or Wild Thyme. Hardy perennial in zones 5-10. Deer resistant.
Sowing Creeping Thyme Seeds
Start seeds indoors 6 weeks before the last frost date. Or sow outdoors after the last frost. Sow on the surface. Full sun to light shade. Spacing 9".
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