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Non-GMO, Heirloom, Open Pollinated French Thyme Herb Garden Seed from True Leaf Market. Thymus vulgaris. French Thyme is a cold hardy perennial with gray-green leaves and bold floral and earthy flavor similar to rosemary. As a variety of Common Thyme, French Thyme, also known as “Summer Thyme” is an ideal culinary ingredient. With a spicy aroma, French Thyme thrives as an herb that enhances and preserves food! Download Free Herb Growing Guide PDF Read Full Thyme Herb Growing Guide Instructions French Thyme Herb Garden Seeds Latin Name: Thymus vulgaris Days to Maturity: 80-90+ Perennial Hardiness Zones: 5-9 Seed Planting Depth: 1/4” Seed Plant Spacing: 12-18” Growth Habit: Upright/low-growth/trailing shrub/evergreen Soil Preference: Moderately rich, dry and well-drained Temp Preference: Warm Light Preference: Full sun Pests/Diseases: Aphids, root rot, downy mildew Color: Slender gray-green leaves, violet flowers Flavor: Bold floral, pepper, earthy-spice, similar to rosemary French Thyme Herb Growing Habits Non-GMO (Thymus vulgaris) French Thyme plants are cold hardy perennial herbs reaching 1’ tall and 18” wide with shrub-like growth. Once plants reach maturity, thyme develops slender and earthy gray-green leaves—providing a bold flavor similar to rosemary. As an evergreen, this variety also known as “Summer Thyme” grows until freezing conditions set in, going dormant during winter and returning next spring. By spring or summer, French Thyme blooms violet flowers as it goes to seed. The Classic Culinary Uses of French Thyme Garden Herb & Seed The dried or fresh gray-green leaves of French Thyme is the ideal aromatic addition to many dishes, but particularly a classic herb used in French cuisine. Whether you need to flavor soups, vegetables or seafood, French Thyme offers versatile flavor—adding a floral and earthy-spice to cooking! The slender springs of thyme are also mixed into beverages. Braise dried French Thyme with meats to enhance savory dishes. The Preservative Benefits of Growing French Thyme Garden Herb As French Thyme is popular for its culinary versatility, this cold-hardy evergreen also has the ability to help preserve foods such as salads, meats, dressings and leafy greens! Due to the earthy leaves similar to rosemary, thyme produces an aromatic oil called thymol—which not only helps protect neighboring plants, but can also be extracted to make an antiseptic herbal remedy! French Thyme Garden Herb Seeds Per Package: 1 g - Approximately 600 Seeds 1 oz - Approximately 17,000 Seeds 4 oz - Approximately 68,000 Seeds 1 lb - Approximately 272,000 Seeds

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CLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT PLANTLINGS™ FULFILLMENT & SHIPPING INFORMATION Thyme is widely grown and used for seasoning, fresh or dried. This plant is an herb that retains flavor well. Hardy, wide, dark green leaves. Used to flavor soups and casseroles. Growing height 10”-12”. Please select from either three (3) LIVE baby thyme plants — delivered straight from our nursery to your home, ready for transplanting! Plantlings™ 100% Satisfaction Guarantee We want you to be completely satisfied with your Plantlings™ purchase. If you are in any way dissatisfied with your Plantlings™ order, Ferry-Morse will issue you a gift card equal to the value of your Plantlings™ purchase.

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Thymes leaves are a culinary as well as a medicinal herb, which is widely and commonly used in cooking. Thyme can take these dishes to a whole other level - Chicken, eggs, red meats, soups, tomato sauce, legumes, fish, stews, casseroles, among others as a perfect tastemaker. The taste of thyme is flavorful, but not at all overwhelming, thus blending quite properly with other spices and herbs. Tomillo is a herb you must definitely have in your kitchen for its wider uses.

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Thymus vulgaris Also known as Summer Thyme, it is hardy to zone 6, maybe zone 5 with some protection. The upright stems with small gray-green leaves are very aromatic and said to be the most flavorful of all the thymes and the variety preferred by chefs. 50 seeds Planting Perennial zone 5 -9 Germination: 10-21 days Seed Planting Depth: on surface, lightly cover Starting Indoors/Outdoors: Start indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. Provide 65-75 degree soil temperature.Transplant 10-12" apart. Sow outdoors in the spring 1-2 weeks before last frost, a few seeds every 2-3", thin to 10-12" apart. Light Needs: Full sun Soil Needs: Average, well drained Uses: Culinary, medicinal, ornamental, attracts bees and beneficals

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Widely used in kitchens, Thyme is a hardy, aromatic herb. It also makes an attractive ground cover around the home or garden. How to Grow Common Thyme Latin Name: Thymus vulgaris Days to Maturity: 85 Hardiness Zone: 5- 9 Soil: Sandy, 70+ degrees Temperature: Warm Light Preference: Full sun or partial shade Planting: Depth: 1/4" Plant Space: 12" Pests/disease: Attracts bees; repels cabbage butterflies Seed Count: 1 oz.- Approximately 1,000 seeds 4 oz.- Approximately 4,000 seeds 1 lb.- Approximately 16,000 seeds While Thyme seedlings will need to have some moisture, well established plants do not require watering. Harvesting may be done once the leaves reach the desired size.

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Part of the 13-piece watercolor herb collection, this thyme print is perfect farmhouse kitchen decor. DETAILS Available in multiple sizes Printed in the USA on 120 lb. watercolor-textured paper using archival inks for the very best quality (Let's just say this will last forever!) Packaged in a cellophane sleeve with sturdy backer Frame not included.

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