Creeping thyme plants grow best in well-draining soil with a neutral to slightly alkaline pH. Like most herb plants, creeping thyme seems to thrive in poor soils. They will grow best in full sun, although they will tolerate some shade.

Creeping thyme plants can become woody over time. If woody stems take over, you may want to remove and replace the plants or strongly prune back the plants to rejuvenate growth

Plant Type - Herbaceous, perennial
Mature Size - 2-6 in. tall, 6-18 in. wide
Sun Exposure - Full
Soil Type - Well-drained, sandy
Soil pH - Neutral, alkaline
Bloom Time - Summer
Flower Color - Pink, white, purple

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