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Thymes

Thymes

Thymes vary in aroma but the majority can be used to flavour cooking. Look for T.vulgaris(common thyme),T.x citriodorus(lemon thyme) and their culitvars. Thymes traditionally were used for the relief of upper respiratory and digestive disorders,the main ones being T.vulgaris and T.serpyllum(wild thyme). Thymes are rich in volatile oil; thymol is a powerful antiseptic.There is a large variety here ranging from the tiny woolly to the Broad leaved thyme. Flower colours range from white through pink to dark crimson. They prefer a sunny,well drained soil,ideal for pots,rockeries and grown alongside a path. Most thymes will attract butterflies and bees.

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  1. Thyme Rainbow Falls (Thymus serpyllum Rainbow Falls)
    Thyme Rainbow Falls (Thymus serpyllum Rainbow Falls)
    £1.85

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    Attractive low, spreading thyme with green, gold-flecked leaves and masses of mauve flowers in Summer. Height: up to 5 cm. Supplied in a 9cm pot. Learn More
  2. Thyme Caraway (Thymus herba barona)
    Thyme Caraway (Thymus herba barona)
    £2.25

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    Rose flowers in Summer. Small dark green caraway-scented leaves. Use to flavour beef dishes. Very ornamental rock garden plant. Height: 10 cm Supplied in a 9cm pot. Learn More
  3. Thyme East Lodge (T.serpyllum coccineus E.Lodge)
    Thyme East Lodge (T.serpyllum coccineus E.Lodge)
    £2.25

    Small pink flowers in July and August over a dense mat of tiny evergreen leaves. Height: 3-5 cm. Supplied in a 9cm pot. Learn More
  4. Thyme Wild (T.polytrichus ssp.britannicus)
    Thyme Wild (T.polytrichus ssp.britannicus)
    £2.25

    A low growing mat forming thyme with rose pink flowers which are attractive to butterflies and bees. Culinary use in salads, soups, stuffing and meat dishes. Supplied in a 9cm Learn More
  5. Thyme Creeping Red (Thymus serpyllum coccineus)
    Thyme Creeping Red (Thymus serpyllum coccineus)
    £2.25

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    Dense mat of glossy dark leaves and crimson flowers in Summer. Excellent for rock gardens, banks and bed edges. Height: 7cm. Supplied in a 9cm pot. Learn More
  6. Thyme Snowdrift (Thymus serpyllum Snowdrift)
    Thyme Snowdrift (Thymus serpyllum Snowdrift)
    £2.25

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    Masses of white flowers in Summer. Decorative and aromatic. Good for ground cover and planting in gravel. Height: 3 cm. Supplied in a 9cm pot. Learn More
  7. Thyme Lemon Variegated (Thymus x citriodorus variegatus)
    Thyme Lemon Variegated (Thymus x citriodorus variegatus)
    £2.25

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    Cream and green variegated foliage with strong lemon scent. Pale lilac flowers. Good culinary thyme. Height: up to 15 cm. Learn More
  8. Thyme vulgare 'Compactus'
    Thyme vulgare 'Compactus'
    £2.25

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    A compact growing thyme with an abundance of pale pink flowers in Spring. Supplied in a 9cm pot. Learn More
  9. Thyme Annie Hall (Thymus serpyllum Annie Hall)
    Thyme Annie Hall (Thymus serpyllum Annie Hall)
    £2.25

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    Pale pink scented flowers all summer, very attractive to bees, butterflies and other insects. Tumbling habit. Small, aromatic mid green leaves. Height 3cm. Supplied in a 9cm pot. Learn More
  10. Thyme Silver Posie (Thyme vulgaris Silver Posie)
    Thyme Silver Posie (Thyme vulgaris Silver Posie)
    £2.25

    Pale pink/lilac flowers in Summer. Bushy grey/silver variegated foliage with tinge of pink on underside. Good culinary flavour. Height: 30 cm. Learn More

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