Suggest this plant to customers looking for eco-friendly solutions for lawn substitutes in moderate foot traffic areas. It is commonly used as a filler between stepping stones and along rock walls. This variety forms a fragrant, green carpet that becomes completely covered in magenta red flowers.
This restrained, smaller scale creeping thyme forms tufted mounds of tiny, fuzzy, fragrant, dark green leaves. It won't quickly overtake stepping stones along pathways like some varieties and is an ideal plant for troughs. Soft pink flowers dot the foliage in summer.
One of the best creeping thymes to use as a lawn substitute; tolerates moderate foot traffic. This fast-growing species forms a dense carpet of extremely fuzzy, olive green leaves that, unlike its cousins, are not fragrant or of culinary value. Pink flowers appear in summer, though its unique foliage is the main attraction.
Suggest this plant to customers looking for eco-friendly solutions for lawn substitutes in moderate foot traffic areas such as between stepping stones, as it emits a minty fragrance when crushed. This variety forms a fuzzy, dark green carpet topped with light salmon pink flowers in summer.