Bloemen-flowers Thymus vulgaris - Thyme

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  • Article number: THYVUL01

Thymus vulgaris is a Mediterranean herbal plant that fits both in the herb garden and in the border. A place to the south finds tide all the more amazing, the warmer the better. This kitchen herb can not be missed as a cultivar.
Also known as the name of thyme, this deliciously aromatic plant is widely used in Mediterranean dishes such as pasta, pizza etc.
The small leaf smells very aromatic and can be used fresh and dried in different dishes.

The Thymus vulgaris blooms very exuberant with rose / purple flower clusters from May to September. This tide is also well suited for cultivation as a cultivar plant.
After planting, plant the plant back in shape, keeping it compact and full.
Every two months is fertilizing in the flowering season, regular watering in summer promotes growth.
Plants tolerate our winters if a mild winter is planted and sheltered where the soil is not too wet. Plants can cause frost damage, just prune well in early spring.
As a cultivar you can win him best over the freezing point.
Winter hardness zone 8b (-10ºC).

  • Article number: THYVUL01
  • Minimum temperature: -10ºC
  • Location: Sunny, light shade
  • Soil type: No special requirements, well permeable
  • Water requirement: Normal
  • Full ground: Yes, protection against moderate frost
  • Tub plant:
  • Flowering period: 5-8
  • Origin / habitat: Mediterranean
  • Growth rate: Reasonably slow
  • Maximum plant height: 50 cm
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