Plant creeping thyme in rock gardens, walls, bare spots in sunny beds and borders, and just about anywhere that needs some quick, permanent coverage. This is a low-growing wildflower is used as a flowering ground cover plant. Creeping thyme tolerates dry soil and needs little care after it is established. It self-sows readily, dropping it seeds after flowering season is over and then this new seed sprouts the next spring keep a robust stand of creeping thyme ground cover thriving.
- Only 4-6 inches tall, creeping thyme ground cover plants are completely covered in 1/4-inch bells of carmine-pink for months on end. Butterflies love it and so will you!
- The foliage of creeping thyme is attractive even when not in bloom, too, with dark green, slightly hairy leaves.
- And because it’s a long-lived perennial ground cover is hardy just about everywhere in the U.S., you can expect years of beauty from this trouble-free groundcover!
- Creeping Thyme (Thymus Serpyllum) : robust, long-blooming beauty of the more expensive plant varieties. Well, this creeping thyme ground cover has swept all that away!
- This super-vigorous, lemon-scented, brightly-flowered variety spreads 18 inches in no time in the sunny garden, giving you months of deep pink blooms and heavenly fragrance for mere pennies!