Thyme Plant

MNDP48
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Generality of the Thyme Plant:

The Thyme plant, in addition to being a well-known aromatic, used and cultivated, is grown in the garden also as an ornamental plant; produces small rounded cushions, with erect stems, arranged to form a dense foliage, with small oval or lanceolate leaves, dark green, light green, gray green. Some species have greyish foliage due to the thin hair that covers it. In late spring or summer the Thyme Plant produces innumerable small flowers, which bloom at the apex of the branches, at the leaf axilla; they are lilac or pink, but there are species with white or purple flowers.

On-line Sale of the Thyme plant, available in the following sizes:

  • Vase 7cm, Height: 5/15cm
  • Vase 14cm, Height: 20/25cm
Vase Size
  • Vase 14cm
  • Vase 18cm

On-line Sale Of the Thyme plant, available in the following sizes:

  • Vase 7cm, Height: 5/15cm
  • Vase 14cm, Height: 20/25cm

Generality of the Thyme Plant:

The Thyme is an aromatic herb with many properties and excellent in the kitchen to make different types of dishes tastier. It is a shrub with a small size and green-gray leaves and rather small, with an intense and immediately perceptible scent, especially by rubbing them between the fingers. The flowers of the thyme occurs between spring and summer, with the appearance of pinkish flowers. The use of thymus is particularly indicated for the treatment of diseases affecting the respiratory tract. There are hundreds of varieties of thyme, some of which are characterized by a pleasant lemon aroma. The thymus can boast an unexpected vitamin content, both in reference to vitamin C and to the vitamins of group B. It also contains thymol, linaiol and mineral salts. It is a medicinal and aromatic plant, which has inside an essential oil and beneficial substances thanks to which thyme is attributed balsamic, anticatarrali and antiseptic properties. Among the mineral salts contained in the thymus we find manganese, iron, potassium, calcium and magnesium. It is also considered by alternative medicine as a real natural antibiotic and a diuretic. The thyme lends itself very well in the kitchen to flavoring different dishes: it can be used in the preparation of soups, soups, and velouté. It goes well with dishes based on fish or meat or vegetables such as carrots, squash, potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, onions, aubergines and mushrooms.

Cultivation and Care of the Thyme Plant:

The thyme is native to the temperate zones of Europe, it thrives well with the Mediterranean climate so it is grown easily in our country, especially in warm areas with little rainfall. To cultivate the thyme, it is sufficient to prepare a light, draining and calcareous soil; the thyme grows well in a sunny position. It grows well in arid and sunny places, between rocks and gravels so its cultivation is possible even for those who have a rock garden. It does not fear the cold, frost or the heat so it does not need special care.

Irrigation
Frequent
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Normal
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