What Does the Herb Thyme Look like?

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Thyme is a long stem with many tiny leaves. It usually grows in very low places and woody areas. Many recipes call for Thyme, especially in French as well as Middle Eastern cooking.
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There are different varieties of the herb thyme plant. The link below will take you to a page where different thyme plants are listed along with their photographs.
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1. Start planting the seeds indoors in early spring to achieve optimum growth before the coming winter. Though these are perennials and will grow back after the winter, poor growth
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Two things to consider: Is it rootbound? Gently take it out of the pot and see if its roots look all bound up in a circle, or whether they look like they have room to stretch out
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The name thyme is borrowed from Latin thymus, which goes back to Greek thymon
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