It’s Just a Matter of . . . Thyme

It’s thyme time in our garden. I could write a new post but I’ve always liked this one, from two years ago!

Love Those "Hands at Home"

Good morning!

It’s been a long thyme!

IMG_2852In June, there’s a moment of thyme . . .

IMG_7501When I have thyme on my hands . . .

IMG_7487 And thyme is on my side . . .

IMG_7494Here, thyme knows no bounds.

IMG_7486I have all the thyme in the world . . .

IMG_7495To enjoy some quality thyme.

IMG_7491But thyme is of the essence . . .

IMG_7485Because, before long, it’s thyme to call it a day . . .

IMG_2853After a good thyme was had by all!


And, truly, there’s a thyme for every purpose under heaven.


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40 thoughts on “It’s Just a Matter of . . . Thyme

    • I always have time for thyme! And the post seemed so thyme-ly. Thanks for re-reading–someone else said this is the third time I’ve posted this–that might be one thyme too many!

    • Thanks, Clare–it’s fun to watch it spread every year. It just goes where it wants (and skips places I’d like it to go, of course). But it looks great everywhere!

      • I have had a little difficulty with mine during the past couple of years, mainly due to our wet summers I think. I will have to improve the drainage by adding more grit I think.

    • The grid is made up of square pavers, forming a patio. I planted tiny little clumps of the thyme where I could squeeze them in, about 4 years ago, and it has filled in like crazy!

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