Commonly called lemon thyme, this plant is primarily grown as a culinary herd with its rich lemon-scented leaves. It produces whorls of tiny, tubular, pale-lilac flowers at the ends of stems in early summer. Attractive to pollinators, it can also be used as a ground cover between rock paths and as a border in gardens.
Common Name: Lemon Thyme
Botanical Name: Thymus citriodorus
Light Requirements: Full Sun
Mature Height: 6-10"
Mature Width: 8-12"
Bloom Time: Early to Midsummer
Soil Preference: Average to Dry, Does not like excessive moisture.
Advantages: Easy to Grow, Deer Resistant, Rabbit Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Evergreen, Fragrant, Ground Cover, Attracts Butterflies, Low-maintenance
Hardiness Map: https://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/