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Discussion in 'Herbs for the Kitchen' started by Nik, May 23, 2021.
The easiest thing to grow..
Do you cook with this thyme?
I used to think I didn't like thyme but when I replaced whatever my plant was with Thymus vulgaris (English thyme, German thyme, common thyme) I discovered how wonderful it was added to all sorts of things . . . now I use it all the time. :-)
All the time.
So to speak :)
Helpful spouse person pulled out all my thyme recently and chucked it in green waste
So I need to ask neighbors or go and buy a new plant
I see Margot has posted a name above so I will look for that ASAP at nursery
I went yesterday but forgot (tho did manage to acquire more than what was on my dull practical list ... a few dollars later - ouch - but fun !)
I have a few of varieties that I regularly cook with, English, French and Lemon. The first two I like with steak or stuffing and the lemon I like with fish, it also looks rather nice in my herb planter. First two pictures are English, third French, fourth Lemon