Creeping Thyme Seed
Creeping Thyme is very low growing (about 2-4") under the canopy of the grass and clover and has flexible woody stems with small leaves and pink to purple flowers from July to August. Creeping Thyme prefers sandy or loam soil and full sun to produce the most flowers but will grow fine in lower light conditions with just a bit less flowers.
Can be dormant seeded in late fall when the ground is frozen or over a fresh snow throughout winter. If seeding in spring, wait until ground thaws and soil temperatures are around 55 degrees (Late April to early May for upper mid-west states). Our seeding rates are designed to be over-seeded into existing grass lawn areas (0.10 oz/1,000 sq. ft.). Increase seeding rate or order a larger Flawn Seed Kit for thin lawns or bare soil areas.
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