Common Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) is a drawf shrub that grows in a bushy style. It has small dark green leaves that are scented and have a hint of grey. In early summer, spikes of dainty yet beautiful white or pink flowers bloom. As the leaves from Common Thyme are edible and can be added to a wide range of dishes to enhance the flavour making it a favourite for people who like to cook. To get the best from this plant it is recommended that it is planted in well drained soil and positioned in full sun. Planted in a “Hairy Pot” that is made from used coconut husks these pots are a single use biodegradable alternative to plastic pots. Simply plant straight into the ground and they will biodegrade within a few months leaving you with no plastic waste, or you can leave them above ground for up to 12 months before they will need replacing.
1 Litre pot
Comes in a biodegradable "Hairy Pot"
Has edible leaves and grows white or pink flowers in early summer