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Creeping thyme (Thymus serpyllum)

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  • NolaNola Posts: 209
    Thanks chellie. I must say I am pleased with mine. I kept it watered until it was well established but now it looks after itself. It copes with a bit of walking on and I just trim it back when it creeps too far over the stones. I don't use it for cooking, just ground cover. The more purple one usually ends up covered in flowers and is the lowest growing.



    Good luck! image
  • chelliechellie Posts: 37

    how long did it take for yours to get established? x

  • NolaNola Posts: 209
    Tricky to remember, I think I planted them 5 or 6 years ago. It was April time, the Easter hols, when I planted them and they were quite sparse to begin with as I split up each plant I bought into about 4. I kept them watered that year. By the following year they were more knitted together I think.
  • chelliechellie Posts: 37

    perfect image think it looks lovely! x

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