Thyme – Silver Edged
Thymus vulgaris argenteus

Zone: 4-10
Height: 9 - 12"

General: Perennial thyme with a mounding habit, silver-edged, gray-green leaves and lilac-purple flowers in summer. Nice in herb breads or marinades. Pretty as a ground cover or in the border garden.

Culinary Uses: Dried leaves may be used to flavor poultry, fish meat, and vegetables in addition to stuffing, stews, and marinades.

Ornamental Uses: This makes a wonderfully fragrant groundcover as well as planted in combination planters and along walkways. Attractive in rock gardens and in between stepping stones. It can also look nice on outdoor tabletops as a fragrant centerpiece or grown indoors on a sunny windowsill.

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