Creeping Thyme, also known as Breckland Thyme, is a perennial plant whose dried shoots are widely used for medicinal purposes. Used in a dried form, they have a beneficial effect on the skin; they disinfect and tighten the skin as well as improve blood circulation. This variety is also used to treat urinary tract infections and help digestion problems, while using it for inhalation disinfects upper air passages. Not only is Creeping Thyme highly valued for its medicinal properties, it is also an outstanding ornamental plant which is highly recommended to be grown in rockeries.
Growing: sow the seeds from April to June. Plant out into a permanent position in 20x20cm spacings from August to September. This variety flowers from June to August.
Each packet contains 0.3g of seeds.
Each packet includes a growing guide and a sow-by date.
Approximately 750 seeds (+/- 20%)