THYME - PRAECOX Scientific Name:
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- Attractive, fragrant low growing evergreen creeper with soft green foliage and lavender pink flowers that forms a slow spreading mat.
- Attract bees and butterflies.
- Requires a light, well-drained preferably calcareous soil in a sunny position.
- Succeeds in dry soils, tolerating drought once it is established.
- Grows well between stepping stones and on paths - can tolerate light treading.
- Succeeds on walls.
- Thymes dislike wet conditions, especially in the winter.
- A layer of gravel on the soil around them will help protect the foliage from wet soils.
- Leaves – use raw in salads or add as a flavoring to cooked foods.
- Retains its flavor well in long slow cooking.
- An aromatic tea is made from the leaves and/or dried flowers.
Medicinal Uses. It is said that:
- Leaves and flowers.
- Can be used fresh at any time of the year, or it can be harvested as it comes into flower to dry for later use.
- The leaves are anthelmintic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, diaphoretic, disinfectant, expectorant, sedative and tonic.
- Deodorant, fungicide and repellent.
- The dried flowers are used to repel moths from clothing.
New! We also have several herbal products available including tinctures and dried herbs!
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