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  • Thymus vulgaris 'English Wedgewood’  4 Inch
  • Thymus vulgaris 'English Wedgewood’  4 Inch

Thymus vulgaris 'English Wedgewood’ 4 Inch

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A bit sweeter and milder than English thyme with pale green-centered leaves and dark green edges. A great year-round addition to the herb garden.

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Thyme is one of the easiest herbs to grow and harvest, making it a great option for the home gardener, be it in the ground or in container planters/hanging baskets. 'English Wedgewood,' also known as Variegated English Thyme, forms an upright mound about a foot tall and wide, with lightly variegated leaves. Thyme can handle all-day sun, coastal conditions, and mediocre soil, becoming drought tolerant in the ground. If one is inclined to make an herb knot garden, this variety would be great for bordering a bed. Cooks can pick/cut sprigs as needed; light pruning will keep thyme dense. Pollinators are attracted to the lavender flowers that come in late summer and add a bit of interest to the summer garden. 


Common Name Wedgewood Thyme, Variegated English Thyme
Culinary Uses Use fresh or dried in sauces, soups, marinades, stews
Harvest Time Cut stems as needed. If plant is spindly, cut back to about 4" tall, but do not cut into woody stems or prune heavily in the fall.
Mature Size 6" - 12" tall and wide
Growth Rate Moderate
Cold Hardiness -15 ° F
Light Full sun to partial sun
Structure Upright mound
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