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Thyme English Herbs Seeds

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  • Packet of plant seeds
  • Perennial plant
  • Thymus vulgaris
  • Germinates in 7-10 days
  • Grows to 8-10" tall
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    Grown for its intensely aromatic fresh or dried leaves which must be harvested before flowers open, this herb is ideal with lamb and is a pleasing seasoning for red meat, poultry, and fish.

    In 1710 the "convenient" kitchen garden ordered to be laid out at the Governor's Palace was a typical development of the 18th century; two gardens at that period being considered indispensable, a "pleasure" garden and a garden of vegetables and herbs for use. Both kitchen gardens as well as pleasure gardens were arranged formally and carefully. Herbs, seasonings, and medicinal plants, such as Thyme English Herbs Seeds, marjoram, rue, rosemary, lavender, and chamomile were used to make borders and the vegetables grown in beds as well-arranged and studied as flower beds. Thyme was often grown along the edge of walks and clipped into small boxed hedge-rows.

    Thyme is a 12- to 18-inch-tall and 24-inch-wide woody perennial shrub. The narrow stems are lined with tiny gray-green leaves and topped with equally tiny white to pale pink flowers in summer. Grow in well-drained soil in full sun.
    In 1710 the "convenient" kitchen garden ordered to be laid out at the Governor's Palace was a typical development of the 18th century; two gardens at that period being considered indispensable, a "pleasure" garden and a garden of vegetables and herbs for use. Both kitchen gardens as well as pleasure gardens were arranged formally and carefully. Herbs, seasonings, and medicinal plants, such as Thyme English Herbs Seeds, marjoram, rue, rosemary, lavender, and chamomile were used to make borders and the vegetables grown in beds as well-arranged and studied as flower beds. Thyme was often grown along the edge of walks and clipped into small boxed hedge-rows.

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