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  • Jessica Reed

    Wooly thyme, creeping thyme, "little prince" thyme, and elfin thyme planted among stone pavers

  • Zobo Gizmo

    Great garden idea - wooly thyme, creeping thyme, "little prince" thyme, and elfin thyme << creeping thyme is also useful as a ground cover

  • Mimi Copp

    Outdoor Living Spaces - many great ideas on this post. Here, loosely placed flagstone allows low growing herbs room to grow.

  • Heather Cox

    Garden Path ~ with wooly thyme, creeping thyme, "little prince" thyme, and elfin thyme

  • Jenny Peter

    Tapestry: wooly thyme, creeping thyme, "little prince" thyme, and elfin thyme, between paving stones. (Scravings)

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camomile as lawn, can also use creeping thyme or mix them together, and it smells gorgeous by the way.

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Pavers and some kind of ground cover - creeping thyme. could do between raised bed as walkway.

Like the stonework and pavers...grass accents are great too