Pot Size : 1L
Bushy dwarf evergreen shrub with small, dark lemony fragranced green leaves edged with silver, and clusters of tiny pink or white flowers in summer.
ENJOY: Excellent with eggs, beans, tomatoes, cheese, poultry and roasted vegetables
Height: 0.1 – 0.5 metres
Spread: 0.1 – 0.5 metres
Flowers: Lilac Pink
Difference in Thyme Varieties
We have lovingly grown six varieties of Thyme in our Sussex glasshouse to provide you with the best herb for your kitchen garden. But what are the main differences between each plant? Read on to find your perfect match!
As the name suggests the leaves of this variety are bordered with a silver hue, great for adding a lighter colour to the garden. Can be added to teas or drinks for a sweet, citrusy and minty flavour.
The most common variety, this herb is known for its woodsy, earthy taste with a subtle hint of lemon. For those who want to decorate their garden with a slightly taller Thyme which will bloom pink flowers in the summer months.
Leaves that have a wonderful yellow colour and a very strong lemon scent and taste. For those who like to use citrus as a pairing with fish or to fill the home with a fresh, clean, citrus fragrance.
This variety is known for its deep vibrant pink flowers which cover the entirety of the plant. Perfect for filling gaps in the garden or to decorate stone walls or balconies where they can grow down over the edge.
Very similar to the Lemon Thyme variety but slightly brighter and more colourful. Able to withstand sunnier spots in a garden, window sill or balcony.
Attractive leaves which makes it look eye-catching both indoors and outdoors, in or out of bloom. Great for those who want to attract pollinators to the garden.
Soil: Well Drained
Light Conditions: Sunny