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Thyme

Name Thymus vulgaris
Family  
Life cycle Annual Biennial Perennial
Height - Spread  
Hardiness Fairly hardy but protect them in winter in cold gardens.
Soil Light, well-drained Chalky/alkaline.
Position Sun.
Propagation Cuttings
Range  
Cut back after flowering as you would with heathers.

Thyme comes in many colours And forms. We grow some tiny ones in hypa-tufa

This alpine thyme is in a miniature garden

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Growing in hypertufa.

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