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Stock photo ID:155351776
Upload date:October 31, 2012

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This wild thyme (sometimes also called creeping thyme or mother-of-thyme) cultivar is a creeping ground cover which features long-blooming, salmon-pink flowers and tiny, rounded, aromatic, fuzzy, dark olive green leaves. Numerous stems spread out to form a flat mat with clusters of tiny, tubular, salmon-pink flowers appearing in both terminal and axillary spikes in early to mid summer. Flowers are attractive to bees. Foliage is evergreen in warm winter climates. Leaves may be used for culinary purposes, however strength and taste will vary according to habitat and season.
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