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Based on 32 reviews
44%
(14)
9%
(3)
16%
(5)
6%
(2)
25%
(8)
c
c.p. (Massachusetts)
Half happy

I ordered two of these creeping thyme plants, planted them in the same bed same day and watered them equally. One died and the other one has clearly survived and I look forward to it coming back and spreading in the spring.

R
R.H. (Illinois)
Concerned

The plants are struggling to survive. I’m taking very good care of them and planted them in appropriate locations. Hopefully the coming winter won’t kill them, and they will thrive next year.

K
K.G. (Nebraska)
Red creeping thyme

All four plants came out of their pots during shipping. They had really light roots so nothing to hold the potting soil together. I repotted all of them in new potting soil and let them rest for about 10 days. They we’re looking pretty scruffy so decided it was best to get them in the ground. It’s been beastly hot and dry since planting them. I tried to give them a little watering every day without drowning them. The roots seemed so fragile when I planted them. They’ve been in the ground a month now. Three appear to be holding their own, not much change since planting but the 4th has declined to almost nothing. There are still a couple sprigs of green but don’t think it’s going to make it. All are struggling to recover from the stresses suffered in shipping plus the extremely hot conditions since planting. Hoping a little cooler Fall weather will give them a chance to gain some ground!

E
E.M. (New York)

Red Creeping Thyme

A
A.G. (New York)
Don't remember

I don't remember ordering this and or receiving

Customer Reviews

Based on 32 reviews
44%
(14)
9%
(3)
16%
(5)
6%
(2)
25%
(8)
c
c.p. (Massachusetts)
Half happy

I ordered two of these creeping thyme plants, planted them in the same bed same day and watered them equally. One died and the other one has clearly survived and I look forward to it coming back and spreading in the spring.

R
R.H. (Illinois)
Concerned

The plants are struggling to survive. I’m taking very good care of them and planted them in appropriate locations. Hopefully the coming winter won’t kill them, and they will thrive next year.

K
K.G. (Nebraska)
Red creeping thyme

All four plants came out of their pots during shipping. They had really light roots so nothing to hold the potting soil together. I repotted all of them in new potting soil and let them rest for about 10 days. They we’re looking pretty scruffy so decided it was best to get them in the ground. It’s been beastly hot and dry since planting them. I tried to give them a little watering every day without drowning them. The roots seemed so fragile when I planted them. They’ve been in the ground a month now. Three appear to be holding their own, not much change since planting but the 4th has declined to almost nothing. There are still a couple sprigs of green but don’t think it’s going to make it. All are struggling to recover from the stresses suffered in shipping plus the extremely hot conditions since planting. Hoping a little cooler Fall weather will give them a chance to gain some ground!

E
E.M. (New York)

Red Creeping Thyme

A
A.G. (New York)
Don't remember

I don't remember ordering this and or receiving