Creeping Thyme Seeds & Plants

Classic culinary and ornamental herb

Take time to plant some creeping thyme. This easy, aromatic perennial herb is a favorite for both garden and kitchen. creeping thyme has small, gray-green, round to needle-shaped leaves and loads of white, pink, or purple flowers. Not only does creeping thyme (fresh or dried) mix well with other herbs—enhancing without overpowering—but it's also a great companion plant, for it draws in beneficial bees while repelling cabbage worms and flea beetles. There are many kinds of thyme, suitable for beds or containers, including creeping ground cover varieties.