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“Take your Thyme!”

published 10/03/2013

easy to grow,good health benefits,flavour

none for me!

Looking out on my snow covered garden as I write this hardly makes me think of spring, but it really is just around the corner! As the weather improves there are many jobs that need to be done in my garden including pruning my herbs. One of my favourite herbs is Thyme; a must have in my kitchen...

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“Make Time For Thyme”

published 02/06/2012

Very forgiving and easy to grow, attracts bees, ha...

Just for once I really can't think of any

We don't add salt to our food in the Sandemp household, not when cooking or after just before eating. That doesn't mean we like our food bland, quite the opposite, we love food that is bursting with flavour, the more the better. To ensure that our food tastes wonderful, but doesn't contain heart...

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“Thyme for Tea”

published 13/06/2007

A wonderfully adaptable herb that's easy to grow a...

None at all!!!

Thyme for Tea! I love my herb garden – originally a square plot of ground in the vegetable patch, and now moved to pots and tubs in a sunny corner of the garden to make space for courgettes and lettuce – it gives me great pleasure watching the bees go daft for the scented rosemary and thyme...

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“Thyme to grow this herb”

published 19/05/2001

easy to grow , many choices of variety

none

Thyme is another great addition to the herb garden. Thymus vulgaris can in fact be grown just about anywhere that is not waterlogged ,and has full sun. Light , well drained soil is best though , slighly on the alkaline side . Thyme is a perennial and there are an absolute multitude of types and...

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“It's thyme to use this herb”

published 26/05/2001

tastes yummy in food, easyish to grow

tastes horrible in tea

Thyme used to be grown in monastery gardens in the south of France, Spain and Italy around the Middle ages for the use as a digestive aid, cough remedy and a treatment for intestinal parasites (no, not Alien3!). But poor old thyme, it’s sometimes seen as the ugly duckling of the herb world...

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“Thyme for Tea”

published 04/02/2001

A beautiful and versatile plant with both culinary...

none

Thyme is, in my opinion, one of the most useful of herbs and a very versatile garden plant as well. I would argue in fact that this herb is, if not itself the king of herbs, certainly a member of the royal family. Common thyme, thymus vulgaris, is a perennial herb with a woody stem which grows...

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“Thyme for a review”

published 03/01/2007

good for cooking, medicinal properties and nice in...

none it's good gfor you

Thyme is one of the best known herbs there is, but not only is it a pretty flowering herb to have in your garden, it is also good for lots of ailments. Thyme is a perrenial plant which means it grows all the year round and doubles in size every year. There are lots of different types of thyme you...

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“beautiful coverage”

published 18/07/2008

good coverage

none

thyme is a herb that is used quite often in cooking of different meals, usually to add extra taste to something or to marinate meat before or during cooking. thyme will grow pritty much anywhere so is a realy easy plant to grow, it is found in the wild usually growing in dry grass lands, heaths...

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