Thymus cv. Lavender Thyme

This lovely Lavender Thyme has grown up around a Jean Davis Lavender that is about 8 inches tall and is surrounded by new sprouts of Black Eyed Susan. The spread of the Lavender Thyme is about two feet in diameter. Lavender Thyme has a mounded habit that was helped by a mouse family who pushed dirt around underneath the stems. This photo also shows what most ground cover thymes do if they get the chance and that is crawl up and over.

Lavender Thyme in the Garden, now 3 years old.

Lavender Thyme is one of the most unusual ground cover thymes. It has needle like leaves and a rich fragrance similar to Lavender. It cascades nicely down the sides of pots which makes it a good choice for hanging basket mixes. It is easy to see why at one time this plant was called Celery Thyme. The vibrant green leaves are offset by the multitudes of dainty pink flowers.

Lavender Thyme ready for shipping.

Cultural Information

Height: 3 Inches    

Hardiness: Zone 5

Flower Color: Pink

Characteristics: Full Sun,
Water Conserving

Uses: Fragrant Ground Cover,



Lavender Thyme

$4.95 per 3 inch pot



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