Growing & Maintenance:
Thymus grows best in warm, light, well-drained soil that is fairly dry. Loosen soil and incorporate an organic soil conditioner according to directions. Dig hole twice the width of container and a depth slightly less than the height of soil in container. Allow top surface of the container soil to rest slightly higher than the prepared soil. Drought tolerant once established,
Pink Chintz Thyme
Thymus serpyllum 'Pink Chintz'
Plant Type: Ground Covers
This flat-growing variety features small, fuzzy, aromatic light green leaves and a profusion of tiny salmon pink flowers in late spring. Pink Chintz is a strong grower, ideal as a drought-tolerant lawn substitute or for planting between flagstones, tolerating moderate foot traffic.