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Thymus 'Worfield Gardens'


Thymus 'Worfield Gardens' (Thymus)



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Love the colour......

1 Apr, 2009

 

Pretty, isn't it - it's meant to have mauve flowers in the summer.

1 Apr, 2009

 

Is it reliably hardy, Spritz?

4 Apr, 2009

 

I don't see why not - I have several other thyme plants which have come through the winter A1 fine!

4 Apr, 2009

 

Many of the thyme come through my winter. I've even had them reseed themselves. I really love them. (This is all mulched over and cold framed in spring of course.) This one is lovely, cream and pink.

7 Apr, 2009

 

i like the variegation on this spritz.

8 Apr, 2009

 

Thanks - I had to dig up the low-growing 'don't know what it was' plant, as

1. The visiting cows walked on it and sqaushed it - one did a whoopsi on it, as well (UGH!)
2. The frost finished it off!

8 Apr, 2009

 

LOL!
This is a wonderful replacement. Very fleshy and interesting. I love all kinds of thyme.

9 Apr, 2009

 

So do I - I have a very low-growing one, like a mat. I think it's Thymus serpyllum?? It has a mass of tiny mauve flowers in early summer, anyway. The bees love it!

9 Apr, 2009



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