This creeping thyme forms a tight grip on the ground to make an impressive lawn substitute and border plant. Deep green foliage explodes in late spring with carmine-pink flowers. Use around roses, in containers or as a rock garden plant. Patios, walks, rock gardens, and stone walls all benefit from its creeping, cascading habit. It spills gracefully over stone walls and is excellent between pavers where occasional foot traffic releases its distinct aroma. Deer hate it!
Thrives in any dry, well-drained spot in full sun.