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A "No Care" garden delight. Thyme isn't much different than any other garden plant. Mix into your
goal here is to end up with a pH of 7.0. And with a soil that drains well. Full sum or morning sun
afternoon shade. Moderate watering with Herb Tea once a month.
Great companion plant with Tomato, Luffa, Garlic and Turmeric
Fresh Thyme most flavorful and full of benefits when harvested before flowering. A "garden showcase"
offering culinary and medicinal uses. Thyme has many functions including a remedy as a Tea for chest
and respiratory coughs and bronchitis.
Thyme is very high in many flavonoid phenolic antioxidants like zea-xanthin, lutein, pigenin, naringenin,
luteolin, and thymonin. Furthermore fresh thyme herb has one of the highest antioxidant levels among herbs, a
total ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity).
Thyme is used as an oil, an antiseptic in mouth washes such as Listerine. Thyme fights fungi that infects
the toe mail and used in hand sanitizers. Remember to stuff some Thyme in your socks. Thyme can be
dried, refrigerated, frozen, made to vinegar, added to butter or mayo. Add Thyme to all your favorite
recopies beans, meat, stews, veggies, cabbage, soups, sea food and est of all make a Tea.
fragrance that fills the garden with freshness. The leaves are curled and very small Thyme from the
Mint family that grows as a perennial as a garden, ground cover or as a addition or "kitchen plant".
Keep your Thyme happy and healthy feed Herb Plant Food and give Herb Plant Tea once a month - all
Pinch the tips of the branches to make Thyme grow bushy. Thyme lasts from early Spring till late frost.
Tolerates a freeze. Plant in the Spring and leave out all winter.
Harvest the leaves as you need them and when they are young and tender for most flavor. The most
flavor is just before the plant flowers.