Bressingham Thyme, also known as Thymus 'Bressingham,' is a cultivar of thyme.
Leaves: Bressingham Thyme typically has small, green leaves that may be aromatic, depending on the specific variety. The leaves are often used for culinary purposes.
Stems: Thyme plants, including Bressingham Thyme, have woody stems and a low, spreading growth habit.
Culinary: Thyme, including Bressingham Thyme, is commonly used in culinary applications to flavor a variety of dishes, including meats, stews, soups, and roasted vegetables.
Soil: Well-drained soil is essential for thyme. It prefers slightly alkaline to neutral soil.
Watering: Thyme is drought-tolerant once established and prefers moderate watering. It's important not to let the soil become waterlogged.
Sunlight: Thyme thrives in full sun but can tolerate partial shade.
Hardiness: Thyme is generally hardy and can be grown as a perennial in various ., depending on the specific variety.
Harvest thyme leaves as needed for culinary purposes. Regular harvesting can also help maintain the plant's shape and encourage bushier growth.
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