These thymes have an upright, bushy habit, and usually grow to between 12 and 24 inches tall and wide. They're too tall to place between paving stones, but can be used next to paths or in beds.
Traditionally used for production of thymol (oil of thyme). Strongly scented, sprawling plant with white flowers and light-colored bracts. Almost always in bloom. Images:
Large mounding shrub with small white flowers and somewhat odd, thyme-orange scent. Images:
Extremely floriferous and one of the first thymes to flower in spring, when the entire plant turns light pink. Images:
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