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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? taste very easy to grow.
What are the cons? none
Very easy to grow. Have in pots in mostly filtered light under trees. Does get some direct light but not during hottest part of day seems to be harder on the plants but will take direct sun. Have given to friends in gallon pots
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30 out of 33 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Extremely versatile
What are the cons? None
This herb is so useful in both the garden and the kitchen. It's a great companion plant to distract pests, it's beautiful, and it is also quite hardy. The description says this thyme isn't winter hardy, but it grew all year here in Maine! I'm in zone 4b, so it usually gets around -20 at the coldest points of winter and both the creeping thyme and this common thyme thrived. I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised because not much survives a Maine winter! It can be a little tricky to start, just be patient, it is well worth the wait... and it will pay you back for years to come.
10 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? everything
taste good, looks good, very healthy and everyone loves it. Germination were close to 100 percent. Dont need too much tending. Though on the very hot time of the day it tends to wither but after watering in the afternoon it goes back to its glory stand. We got lots of seeds now.
What are the pros? hardier than they say
What are the cons? not unique
This survived the winter here in state college by putting it in the garage and forgetting about it. it doesn't seem to taste different from other thymes.
21 out of 24 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Abundance, no bugs
Once established these babies thrive. We have a 'patch' about 2'x3', growing in a north flower bed. Part of it stays in shade for a good portion of the day, while the other half bakes. Both sides look happy and healthy. It is still producing and growing today (January 31st) and will just need a bit of a haircut come spring. Dries great too!