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Thymus serpyllum 'Pink Chintz'

Pink Chintz Thyme, Pink Creeping Thyme, Pink Chintz Creeping Thyme, Pink Wild Thyme

Main interest:
fragrant, ground cover, drought tolerant, attracts pollinators
Exposure:
full sun
Soil humidity:
dry to moist soil; well drained
Growth type:
running
Flower colour:
salmon-pink
Fragrance:
Fragrant
Flowering period:
July to August
Foliage:
green
USDA Hardiness:
zone 4a: -34.5 °C (-30 °F) View Zone Map
Mature height & width (max.):
height: 4 in (10 cm) width: 12 in (30 cm)
Use:
ground cover, mixed border, mass planting, stone wall, rock garden, xeriscaping, container

A profuse bloomer, Pink Chintz Thyme (Thymus serpyllum 'Pink Chintz') is a dwarf aromatic, blanketed with flushes of salmon pink flowers from July to August. The foliage grows to 4” tall, and remains low and dense to the ground. A wonderful ground cover, this pink creeping thyme spreads to 12”, and its woolly greyish green leaves exude a minty scent when trod on. (Pink Chintz Creeping Thyme is not a culinary herb.)

Wonderful as filler between stepping stones, along paths, spilling out of containers, and cascading over ledges and rocks in alpine and rock gardens. Likes sunny areas, and moist to dry soils that are well drained. Pink Chintz Creeping Thyme grows quickly and is very long lived (up to 10 years) under the most favourable conditions.

This pink wild thyme is drought, pollution and disease resistant. It is usually passed up by rabbits and deer, for more delectable treats.

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$13.99

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Synonym(s): Thymus praecox 'Pink Chintz'

Also known as: Pink Chintz Wild Thyme, Pink Chintz Mother of Thyme, Breckland Thyme

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