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Thyme perennial Herbaceous aroma that is very much used in cooking to flavour foods and in herbal medicine for the cure of the body. Oregano can be grown in full ground or in large planters and boxes to build groups of aromatic and home use.
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|Max height:||25 cm|
|Max Width:||20 cm|
|Sunlight:||Part Shade, Full Sun|
|Crescita annua||Fast Growth|
|Flower Color:||White, Violet|
Arrival of the plants Thymus - Extract delicately the Thymus plants from their packages, unhurriedly and with caution. Get them out of the tubular netting which envelops them by cutting the knot under the pot and by pulling it up. If necessary, water them. After some hours, even the plants which at the arrival might have looked crushed or ill will have again a healthy, luxuriant appearance.
Planting of Thymus - Dig a hole about twice as big and deep as the size of the pot. Plant the Thymus plants, without putting them too much deep. Fill the hole with a mixture of earth, universal garden soil of excellent quality and fertilizer. Cover the clod with about a couple of centimetres earth. Fill completely the hole with the needed mixture, applying a light pressure all around the plant, so as to compact the earth and not to leave hollows.
Watering of Thymus - After having planted them, water generously the Thymus, plants, especially during the warmer months, to compact the earth. Afterwards, keep on watering only when the soil starts to dry, so as to maintain the right humidity level at the roots and to avoid water stagnation problems.
Pruning of Thymus - At the moment of planting the Thymus there is no need for major pruning. To encourage a thicker growth, it is enough, if necessary, to go on with a light trimming. Afterwards, go on with a more substantial pruning to give shape and strength to the plants of Thymus.
Fertilization of Thymus - Execute two fertilizations in February-March and in September-October, to maintain a steady nutritional supply all year round.
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