Thyme Seed

(Thymus vulgaris) A smaller herb plant that tends to grow upright. Woody stems with needle shaped leaves that go great with meats and vegetables. Perennial in most climates. Should be mulched over in Northern states during winter.

Creeping
Herbs
$2.00

Mat-forming evergreen plant covered with small purple spikes. A "walk on" hardy perennial.

English
Thyme
$2.00

Grows tall and wide. Commonly used for seasoning either fresh or dried.

French
Thyme
$2.00

Used in salads, stews, sauces, and pickles. Excellent for poultry and fish dishes too.

Vulgaris
Thyme
$2.00

Vulgaris, aka German Winter Thyme, is more frost hardy than other thymes. It has larger leaves and produces well.