This hardy perennial can be picked and used all year round. With attractive, small green, clustered leaves and pastel pink flowers it is an attractive addition to any herb garden and is perfect for stuffings, poultry dishes and stews whether used fresh, dried, frozen or infused into oils.
Seeds should be sown, lightly covered and kept warm, indoors in March using normal potting compost when germination should take a week or so. When the seedlings are 4 inches tall they can be hardened off and planted 12 inches apart or in a large pot. Harvest lightly, if at all, in the first year.
Common name:THYMUS VULGARIS
Packet Content:500 (Approx)