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Thymus serpyllum 'pink chintz'

Let me introduce you to my fuzzy plant: pink chintz.

Accented with clusters of violet-pink flowers, this plant is perfect for forgetful people.

Despite its dainty appearance, it’s surprisingly tolerant to harsh conditions: drought, sun and dropping (not recommended, but it happened while I was moving it around). 24 more words


Mother of Thyme

This is Wild Thyme, Thymus serpyllum also known as Creeping Thyme. It is growing up by the quarry surrounded by Self-heal and almost looks like a miniature version of that plant. 17 more words


Thyme is a Herb that Cures all Diseases

Not really, but boy does it help us out a lot!

Thyme contains an essential oil that is rich in thymol, a powerful antiseptic, antibacterial, and a strong antioxidant. 622 more words

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My New Pergola

The largest structure in my new garden is the pergola.  At 8’ wide and 24’ long it took my construction crew a while to finish, but now it’s lovely.  367 more words

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