Thymus serpyllum 'Pink Chintz'
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- Position: full sun
- Soil: well-drained neutral to alkaline soil
- Rate of growth: average to fast
- Flowering period: June to July
- Flower colour: clear pink
- Other features: highly attractive to bees and other beneficial pollinating insects
- Hardiness: fully hardy
This mat-forming thyme produces a mass of clear pink flowers in summer. It's an ideal ground cover plant for a sunny border or rock garden. Useful for attracting bees and other beneficial pollinating insects into the garden, the aromatic grey-green leaves release a lovely scent whenever they are trodden on.
- Garden care: After flowering cut back hard using garden shears to retain a neat compact shape. Lift and divide large clumps in early spring.
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Comments about Thymus serpyllum 'Pink Chintz':
Used to cover front garden rockery. Every plant took and grew to a healthy size over summer. Plants were quite small when delivered but were healthy.
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