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Thyme has long been one of the most universally used herbs, hence the phrase "when in doubt, use thyme." The leaves and flower stems are often used in cooking all kinds of meats and vegetables, and the dried flowers can be used with stored linens to repel insects. Suitable for seasonal growth in a pot, or plant outside in a sunny, well-drained spot. Hardy in zones 5-8, cut back to the new shoots in spring. Untreated seed.
|Botanical Name||Thymus vulgaris|
|Approx no. of seeds||2000|
|Est. Maturity (days)||90|