Pink Chintz Thyme

The fragrant, blue-green leaves of ‘Pink Chintz’ thyme make this ground hugger a top pick as a groundcovers or in containers. Although it has no culinary use, ‘Pink Chintz’ gives off a mint like fragrance when brushed or walked on. The plants are smothered in salmon-pink flowers from early to midsummer. It’s also highly attractive to butterflies and bees.