Herbs: Fantastically versatile in the kitchen, thyme (Thymus vulgare) is also great for growing in pots or along the edge of paths. Discover more about how to grow it at: http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/thymus-vulgare/350.html Photo: Paul Debois
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Thyme plants do best when they are pruned regularly. Taking the time to trim thyme, not only creates a nicer looking plant, but also helps improve the amount you can harvest from the plant. Learn more here.
Storing Thyme: Drying Fresh Thyme After Harvesting - Thyme is one of the most versatile herbs, with a variety of cultivars and flavors. It grows quickly in sunny, hot conditions but can also withstand cold winters. The woody stemmed herb has small leaves that add flavor to recipes and an aromatic touch to sachets and aromatherapy treatments. Knowing how to dry thyme can help you preserve the fresh delightful scent and flavor of this herb for easy home use.
Bel exemple d'alternative au gazon. Il s'agit de thym précoce (Thymus praecox), mais on peut faire la même chose avec du thym serpolet (Thymus serpyllum) qui est un peu plus courant : http://www.amenagementdujardin.net/shopping-jardin/?s=serpolet
Thyme is a small perennial shrub with lots of branches and light purple to pink flowers. It's aromatic and has a pleasant, pungent, clover flavor. There are over fifty varieties used in cooking and gardening. English thyme is used most often in cooking.