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Lemon thyme ‘Aureus’
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    Lemon thyme ‘Aureus’

    Thymus x citriodorus 'Aureus'

    Diese Pflanze ist essbar.

    Flower: Lemon thyme 'Aureus' produces numerous light pink, pale pink flowers from June to July.

    Foliage: Thymus x citriodorus 'Aureus' produces yellow-green leaves.

    Habit: Thymus x citriodorus 'Aureus' grows spreading, dense and can reach an average height of 20 – 30 cm and a spread of 20 – 30 cm breit. Average annual growth (height): 10 – 20 cm.

    Water: Lemon thyme 'Aureus' needs to be watered regularly.

    Location: Prefers any location with full sun This is a half-hardy plant. Artificial protection is therefore recommended in cold winters. Soil demands: well-drained, loose, sandy.

    Hardiness: This plant is hardy.

    Pruning: Lemon thyme 'Aureus' can be pruned if necessary. From August to September should be the best time for it.

    Use: E.g. in bucket

    Similar plants: This plant might be similar in its demands and/or appearance to Lemon thyme 'Aureus': Thymus vulgaris.

    Synonym: Other names for Lemon thyme 'Aureus': Thymus pulegioides 'Aureus'.

    Care: The Lemon thyme 'Aureus' is quite easy to care for. To keep your Lemon thyme 'Aureus' looking good and in the best of health, follow our expert´s advice: * Divide your perennials every 2-3 years. During this, remove all weak roots and branches to encourage both – better blossom and growth. * Excess fertilizing might damage herbs flavor! * We recommend protecting plants from direct sun during the black frost to prevent any damages.

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