Preferred by the French, it is reputedly the most flavoursome Thyme with a stronger and sweeter taste. With narrow and delicate greyish-green leaves and pink flowers, it produces an abundance of foliage over a long growing season.
When to Plant
- Zone 1: September – April
- Zone 2: September – May
- Zone 3: Anytime
- Zone 4: Anytime
Spacing: 25 – 30cm
Depth: 0 – 1cm
Position: Full sun
Soil: Free Draining with plenty of compost
How to Plant: Seeds are very small, so scatter a few along a shallow trench line and water in. Keep moist, not wet, until the seeds have germinated; this will take between 6 – 8 weeks.
Companion Plants: Sage, Cabbage & Eggplant
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