How care for Thyme

Thyme like bright, somewhat warm environments.

Thyme bloom with tubular blooms in summer and spring, and its flowers are vibrant purple, Lavender, or white.

When the soil is weak and dry, thyme thrives. Even in rocky tombs, it does best in loamy and sandy soil.

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Thyme herb thrives in broad light since it originated in the Mediterranean.

 Put them in a spot that will receive at least eight hours of sunshine every day.

In warmer climates, a thick layer of mulch spread over the roots to help them retain water for a longer period of time.

Growing capacity of Thyme declines somewhat each year. Use diluted all-purpose fertilizer to ensure a healthy crop.

Common plant diseases caused by watering them too much. Only water if the soil seems dry.

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