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It happens to everyone: You buy a bunch of herbs for a recipe, then watch the leftovers decompose in your fridge. Carla Hall tells you how to use them up deliciously.
Lauren Hitt saved to Nom nom noms!
All you need to know about planting, growing, caring for and harvesting thyme, in our practical Grow Guide.
Terry Kirkendoll saved to Food and drink
Learn how to grow and harvest thyme using our simple guide, then have a go at cooking it using these three great recipes.
Brittney Vinson saved to garden/ yard
Botanical Name: Thymus vulgaris. Other Common Names: English fresh, summer, German winter, narrow-leafed French, Greek gray, broad leaf English and garden thyme, mother of thyme. Habitat: Thyme originated in the Mediterranean area. Since then, it has been adapted to many different climates around the world. The first colonists brought it to North America where it was used as a food preservative and as a medicinal herb. Plant Description: The plant grows numerous stems which are hard…
Dairlyn Lollis Sweeney saved to wellness
It happens every summer. No matter how much new seed you put down or how often you water, there will come a point where your lush green lawn turns into a crunchy brown landscape. Where
Elina Long saved to LAWN
"A thyme plant in a clay pot" Download this high-resolution, royalty-free stock photo by Helen Rushbrook from Stocksy United.
Katharíne saved to Home Design
Never throw away left-over herbs again. Save them by creating compound butters that can be frozen for use later. I like to freeze mine in ice cube trays and then transfer them into a freezer bag so that they are easy to use on the run. ROASTED GARLIC THYME BUTTER (8 Tablespoons) Ingredients 1 large…
Nancy Jones saved to YUM: Sauces/Vinaigrettes
A beginner's guide to growing and harvesting and preserving thyme! Thyme has many benefits and is an easy to grow herb for your garden.
Amani Muriuki saved to Herbal Bitch
Thyme plants do best when they are pruned regularly. Taking the time to trim thyme, not only creates a nicer looking plant, but also helps improve the amount you can harvest from the plant. Learn more here.
Brandi Zittel saved to GardenGreens