Growing Thyme in Colorado

Do you grow Thyme in your Colorado garden?

We like to tuck some time plants on the corners of our raised beds so they can cascade over and provide us with fresh herbs year-round. Thyme is surprisingly cold hardy, and, without any cover, it typically stays green and usable all winter long. We like to cut some sprigs all winter to add to soups, sauces, dressings and more to enjoy the amazing flavor of Thyme.

Growing Thyme in Winter in Colorado - This hardy perennial herb can be harvested all winter!
Growing Thyme in Winter in Colorado - This hardy perennial herb can be harvested all winter!

Thyme also flowers in the summer to the delight of pollinators and beneficial insects like lacewings, so it's a great companion plant for your garden as well.

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