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Creeping Thyme Maturity

Posted by SunnyPlanter 5A (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 10, 13 at 10:21

Hello, I've planted some creeping thyme in my 5x32' perennial garden, as a ground cover over the past couple of weeks. I think I had 17 plants all probably 6-10" around. The tag says that it can reach 18-30". Obviously, I have other plants in my garden, I'm just curious how long it takes for the thyme to reach its full size/maturity.

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RE: Creeping Thyme Maturity

When I planted mine last year it didn't do well and all but about 15% died off. I left it in the ground hoping it would make it and IT DID! It went from being a few 3 inch strands to now being a mat of about 12" diameter. If yours does anything like mine, it wont take more than another year or two

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