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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|
|Cold Hardiness||-15 ° F|
|Light||Full sun to partial sun|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|