Oct 10 , 2018

10 of the Best Alpines for Your Garden

Thyme

Thyme

This well-known culinary herb comes in many varieties and planting several together can look very attractive. Choose a few, such as lemon thyme, caraway thyme and common thyme for flavor in the kitchen, while golden or silver varieties will make an eye-catching display. Creeping thyme makes excellent ground cover, while scented varieties planted on a path will release a splendid aroma as you walk. Pictured is Breckland thyme (thymus serpyllum). Here are some other tough plants that work well on a path.

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