Diminutive Mediterranean members of the mint family with tiny, usually heavily scented leaves and masses of little flowers in whorls. Well suited to an herb garden or rock garden; prostrate, mat-forming types make good small-space groundcovers. Attractive to bees. Botanical names are constantly undergoing revision and often confusing.Thymus camphoratus
Grows to 1 1/2 ft. tall and wide, with narrow gray-green leaves that smell like camphor. Blooms in late spring, early summer; flower clusters consist of woolly, rosy purplish bracts and tiny white flowers.
Grows to 1 1/2 ft. tall and wide, with narrow gray-green leaves that smell like camphor. Blooms in lat...
This shrub from Korea and Japan resembles H. macrophylla. Grows to 4–6 ft. tall and wid...
These are naturally occurring hybrids between R. kiusianum and R. kaempferi. Compact...