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Thymus praecox is also known as Mother-of-Thyme or Creeping Thyme, due to its’ creeping nature. It’s good for ornamental ground cover or for a rockery. It’s an attractive plant with lots of small bright pink flowers that cover the plant in the springtime. Like other varieties of thyme, the foliage is edible and can be used in your cooking. This plant will take moderate foot traffic over it, so it’s good for growing between paving stones, or as a lawn. It’s evergreen and will bring butterflies to your garden. It’s very easy to look after, it will grow in most conditions as long as it gets plenty of sunshine, and it won’t require much maintenance.


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