How to Mow Creeping Thyme?

Answer Creeping thyme grows no more than 3 inches tall, but its thick foliage gives it a lush appearance. Over time, this ground cover can become so dense that it smothers out older growth and leaves bare... Read More »

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How to Take Care of Creeping Thyme?

Creeping thyme tucked between stones or pavers adds both texture and color to the landscape. This low-growing herb creates a dense mat of foliage that comes alive with purple blooms in early summer... Read More »

How to Plant Creeping Thyme Seeds?

Creeping thyme acts as a groundcover and serves a culinary purpose. Creeping thyme leaves can be used in savory cooking, while the plant's blooms can be enjoyed as an ornamental addition to your he... Read More »

How do I get rid of Creeping Charlie& Creeping Jenny?

Removing PlantsPull Creeping Charlie and Creeping Jenny as soon as they are spotted. Follow the stolons (the long stems that creep along the ground) back to their origin and remove the main root wi... Read More »

How to Plant a Creeping Fig?

The creeping fig (Ficus pumila) is an aggressive climber that produces delicate green leaves, commonly used in topiaries, hanging baskets and ground covers. This evergreen plant averages 40 feet at... Read More »