Planting creeping thyme in the fall


Welcome to Growers Exchange! We grow farm-fresh, natural, non-GMO herb plants and specialize in culinary, medicinal, aromatic, and rare herbs.We pride ourselves on adding to our online selection of herbs each season, a direct response to our customers' suggestions and wishes for their herb gardening needs. – Sow your thyme seeds in the fall – Buy seed trays with compartments and use a soil-less potting compost – Sow two or three seeds in each compartment – Keep your seed trays moist and warm, but out of direct sunlight – Expect your seeds to germinate in about a week – Transplant them to small pots (2/3 inches)... It’s best to use fresh, green (not woody) cuttings to propagate thyme, during the growing season–spring through early fall. As the days get closer to winter, the plant may respond more slowly, or it may not form roots at all.