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Wild Thyme (Thymus Serpyllum) forms evergreen cushions that spread rapidly and are smothered in flowers in summer. Its tiny leaves contain a rich, fragrant essential oil. This ground cover plant fills the air with a herbal scent. Fast growing, resistant, requires little care
set three posts in a triangle for hanging two hammocks, which will serve as outdoor couches, seating four people comfortably. In the middle, a fire pit will serve as a focal point. mark a spot for the head post, between a corner tree and a retaining wall, and then two foot posts, 14 feet from the head post, making a triangle. gas-powered auger (figure B) to dig the post holes five feet deep, 6x6 pressure-treated posts into the holes, add (3-4) 60-pound bags of dry, premixed concrete.