Thyme

(Thymus spp.) An aromatic evergreen herb of the mint family, thyme is closely related to oregano. It boasts a pleasant yet pungent flavor. Bees love this flavorful and ornamental herb! Thyme seeds are slow to germinate and are best started indoors. Start indoors 8-10 weeks before last frost, then transplant out after last frost. Surface sow and lightly cover seeds with fine soil, and water thoroughly but gently. Place seeds in a warm area and cover to hold in moisture. Ideal germination temperature is 60-75 F. Seeds germinate in 14-21 days. Space plants 6-8 inches apart. Transplant to full sun area once seedlings are established. When growing indoors, keep plants in a sunny window. Thyme thrives in heat and sun.

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