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The Thyme Common, 'Thymus vulgaris', is a herb for cooks who don't know which herb to use. Thyme will go with almost anything. Thyme is a very elegant, small garden shrub. Plant a hedge of thyme around your herb or vegetable garden. The small plant with 1/4 inch leaves and delicate, edible flowers, appearing in early summer, is also a lovely 12 inch landscape plant. This excellent ornamental is great in rock gardens, edging, small borders and small hedges.The use of Thyme in culinary pursuits is extensive. Thyme plays a part in many French dishes and is great with fish, poultry, vegetables, mushrooms, omelets, soups, bean and lentil casseroles, rice, and seafood chowders. Thyme is easy to grow from seed. Plant Thyme in warm, light, loose, and well drained soil. Thyme should be planted in the spring, 2 weeks after the last average frost date.
Scientific Name : Thymus vulgaris

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