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Thyme, Thymus vulgaris - Plant

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Thyme, Thymus vulgaris - Plant

Common name(s): Thyme

Scientific name: Thymus vulgaris

Description

                Thyme is an evergreen herb with culinary, medicinal, and ornamental uses. The thyme plant is a versatile and lovely plant to grow both in an herb garden and in your garden in general. Thyme is used as a condiment in various cooking dishes due to its aromatic flavor which blends with the dish. It is usually added to flavor savory soups, meat, and stews. 


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Plant care and instructions

               Water deeply only when the soil is completely dry. Prune the plants back in the spring and summer to contain the growth. If you have cold winters, remember to lightly mulch around the plants after the ground freezes. Three to four-year-old plants need to be divided or replaced because older plants are woody and the leaves less flavorful. You can take some cuttings and plant them indoors in pots, too.

Light - Full sunlight.

Place - May be grown indoors in a pot in a sunny kitchen window.

Water - Water deeply only when the soil is completely dry.

Fertilizer - Use any organic fertilizer. Mulch your plants with organic matter like leaf molds, well-rotted animal manure, or compost during autumn.

Temperature - 15 to 30 Degrees C

Special Features

                   It is frequently used fresh or dried in a variety of culinary applications including soups, stews, sauces, meat, and fish dishes. Thyme is considered to have antiseptic and preservative properties and has long been used medicinally. It also attracts butterflies.