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Passion For Plantation

100Pcs Organic Thyme Seeds

100Pcs Organic Thyme Seeds

Regular price $15.00 SGD
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Elevate your culinary delights and garden aromatics with our Organic Thyme Seeds Pack. Thyme, a versatile and aromatic herb, adds a delightful flavor and fragrance to a wide range of dishes, making it a must-have for any herb garden. With our organic seeds, you can cultivate healthy and flavorful thyme plants, enhancing your culinary creations and garden ambiance.

Product Highlights:

  • Variety: Carefully selected organic thyme seeds, known for their robust flavor, aromatic oils, and compact growth habit.
  • Certified Organic: Our seeds are certified organic, grown without synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, ensuring a healthy and eco-friendly addition to your garden.
  • Culinary Delight: Thyme is a staple herb in Mediterranean cuisine, adding a savory and earthy flavor to soups, stews, meats, vegetables, and more.
  • Aromatic Herb: Enjoy the delightful fragrance of fresh thyme leaves, which can also be used in potpourri, sachets, and aromatherapy.
  • Compact Growth: Thyme plants have a low, spreading growth habit, making them ideal for borders, herb gardens, containers, and rock gardens.
  • Easy to Grow: Suitable for gardeners of all levels, our seeds come with detailed planting instructions for a successful and rewarding gardening experience.

Planting Instructions:

  1. Soil Preparation: Choose a sunny location with well-drained soil. Thyme plants prefer sandy or loamy soil with a pH between 6.0 and 8.0.
  2. Sowing Depth: Plant seeds 1/4 inch deep and 6-8 inches apart, as thyme plants have a spreading growth habit. Space rows 12-18 inches apart.
  3. Watering: Thyme plants prefer moderate moisture, so water them when the top inch of soil is dry. Avoid overwatering to prevent root rot.
  4. Thinning: Thin seedlings to the recommended spacing once they have several sets of true leaves to ensure good air circulation and prevent overcrowding.
  5. Pruning: Trim thyme plants regularly to promote bushy growth and prevent them from becoming leggy. Use pruned leaves in your culinary creations.
  6. Fertilization: Thyme is not a heavy feeder but benefits from a balanced organic fertilizer applied during the growing season to support healthy growth and flavor.
  7. Pest and Disease Management: Thyme is relatively pest-resistant but monitor for pests such as aphids and spider mites. Use organic pest control methods as needed.
  8. Harvesting: Harvest thyme leaves as needed once the plants are established. Clip stems just above a leaf node to encourage new growth.
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