White Moss Thyme, also known as
Creeping White Thyme, definitely lights
up the area it is in. Its white flowers are about two inches tall and appear
like little spikes all over the plant. It can be sheared after blooming or
left alone. If left alone, the dead flower spikes will eventually fall off
and the thyme continues to spread.
The lively chartreuse mound of White Moss Thyme
was planted in June from one of our little pots pictured on the left.
It was planted in between flagstones that are placed about 8
inches apart. Three months later It had already reached 6 inches in diameter.
The other thymes we
like to use in between stepping stones are Annie
Hall Thyme, Elfin
Thyme, Highland Cream Thyme,
Leprechaun Thyme, Mint Thyme, Pink
Chintz Thyme, and