German thyme is one of the most versatile herbs there is, for seasoning meats and vegetables. Round to needle shaped, dark green leaves, on woody stems. Known for it’s medicinal qualities, for sore
throat remedies, headaches, and calming nerves. Fantastic for salad dressings, roasted lemon and thyme chicken, and rosemary thyme lamb chops.
Sow seeds indoors, 8 weeks before last frost, by sprinkling on soil and covering very lightly with soil. Transplant outdoors 8″ apart, in full sun, when all chance of frost has past. Harvest tops as they grow
for continued new growth.