Water normally and remember to trim the plants.
Prune the plants back in the spring and summer to contain the growth. You can take some cuttings and plant them indoors in pots, too.
If you have cold winters, remember to lightly mulch around the plants after the ground freezes.
Tip: Thyme is commonly grown as a garden border plant or along retaining walls. It tolerates light traffic, so plant a low growing variety around the stepping stones of your walking path for a lovely scented walkway.
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