Cretan thyme Overview
This species is an evergreen, mat-forming subshrub which produces slender woody stems and tiny hairy aromatic, mid-green leaves. The small flowers are lilac or lilac-pink and are produced in late spring and late summer.
How to propagate Cretan thyme
You can propagate by softwood or semi-ripe cuttings in the summer.
Other uses of Cretan thyme
Useful for growing on banks and in rock gardens, troughs and paving.