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This perennial herb, also known as mother of thyme, can grow up to 12 inches tall. The plant have bluish purple to pink flowers that blooms in midsummer. There are over 350 species of thyme, but only a few of them are used medicinally.
Plant Thyme in a sunny location in light, well-drained soil. Sow 2-3 weeks before last spring frost with about 10 inches between plants. The plant matures in about 70 days.
There are many ways you can enjoy thyme. Add it to cheese dishes, vegetable dishes and for cooking with lamb, pork and fish. Some people even add thyme to bread.
Parts used: Flower tops, leaves.
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