French Thyme produce slightly less woody stems than the English variety and offer spicy leaves that make tasty additions to meat dishes, soups, stews, breads, salads and infused vinegars. Thyme grows best in full sun locations with well-drained soils. Plants should be sheared back after flowering to keep the foliage from getting woody. It can be grown indoors within a few feet of a east, south, or west facing window. If grown indoors, potting mix should slightly dry before watering.
Thyme Companion Plants: Strawberries, Tomatoes, Eggplant
We grow our French Thyme Plants organically and guarantee them to arrive alive and thriving!