Thyme Imported Seeds

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Thyme is an evergreen perennial herb that is very popular for its culinary flavorful leaves. The leaves are gray-green in color and highly aromatic with clove flavor. The flowers are purple, pink, or white in color and appear in the spring and summer months, also good for attracting pollinators. Growing thyme is very easy because it is a low-maintenance plant that can easily grow every month throughout the year. Buy the Best Quality Thyme Imported Seeds Online at the best price in India from with a good germination rate.

About this item

  • Number of Thyme Seeds: 200 Seeds
  • Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
  • Sowing season: Throughout the year (The time is spring and late summer)
  • Germination temperature: 15-21°C
  • Germination Time: 1 to 4 weeks from sowing
  • Sowing distance: 12-24 inches apart
  • Sowing method: Seedlings
  • Harvesting: Matures 2 months after planting
  • Edible part: Leaves

What size grow bag is best for Thyme?

Thyme Growing Season In India  

Thyme can grow at any time and in any season except in extremely cold climates but it prefers sunny and dry conditions. Sow thyme seeds in the spring (February-March) or late summer (late May-June)

How To Grow Thyme In Pots  

Thyme is very suitable for growing in pots as it is easy to move according to their growing conditions. Thyme seeds can be sown directly into any pot or transplanted, but transplanting is recommended by most gardeners. To plant thyme, you need a pot or grow bag of at least 12- 24 inches wide and 12-15 inches deep with well-draining holes. You can sow thyme seeds either indoors or outdoors in warm climates and the optimum temperature for seed germination is between 15-21°C.  

Thyme Imported Seeds Sowing Method 

Select a seedling tray or small-sized pot (up to 5 inches deep), fill it with a growing medium such as coco peat or perlite, and spread the thyme seeds over it, then cover with a thin layer of soil over the seeds. Water gently and keep the soil moist. Place the seedling tray in a dark place for the seeds to germinate. Thyme seeds germinate in about 2-4 weeks (depending on growing condition). After the seeds have germinated, when the plant reaches 3-4 inches tall, you can transplant it into larger pots or grow bags. Spacing should be maintained during planting as thyme requires air circulation, especially in hot or humid conditions. Thyme should be planted in a large pot about 12-24 inches apart.

Best Fertilizer For Thyme Plants

Thyme plants don’t require additional fertilizer, just apply a diluted all-purpose fertilizer (such as mustard cake and vermicompost) every spring.

Thyme Plants Care 

Soil – Use well-draining, sandy, and loamy soil for planting thyme. It is a drought-resistant herb, so it hates wet conditions and performs best in soils with low nutrients. Remember that thyme should not be planted in rich, and moist soil.

Water – Since thyme is a drought-resistant plant, water only when the soil is completely dry, too much water can cause fungal diseases and root rot.

Sunlight – Thyme thrives in full sunlight in a sunny location which should be at least 6-8 hours. However, it can tolerate a hot climate. You can also grow thyme indoors on a sunny windowsill. 

Temperature – Thyme plants grow best in air temperatures between 18-30°c. 

Common pests and diseases – Thyme plants are not infected with any serious problems, but the plants usually suffer from root rot which is caused by moist soil conditions or overwatering.

Pruning – To keep the thyme plants well-shaped and encourage new growth, prune your thyme plants every spring and summer. 

Mulching – Mulching is a good option to protect the thyme plant from the cold climate, for mulching add 2-3 inches of dry leaves, straw, grass, etc. on the soil. You can also keep your thyme pots indoors in winter.

Harvest Of Thyme Leaves 

  • Thyme becomes ready for harvesting within 2 months of planting. However, you can harvest the leaves once the plants are established.
  • You can cut the leaves with a scissor as needed.
  • Regular harvesting will encourage more leaves.
  • Cut off the young and top leaves before the plant flowers for delicious flavor.  

Thyme Plants Special Features

  • Common name – Thyme, and common thyme
  • Scientific name – Thymus vulgaris
  • Height – 6 to 12 inches
  • Companion planting – Cabbage and Tomatoes
  • Flowers color – Purple, pink, or white
  • Level of growing – Easy


What condition does thyme need to grow?

Thyme prefers poor and well-drained soil, sunny locations, and moderate watering.

Does thyme grow back after cutting? 

Thyme will grow back if you leave a few inches of woody stems when you cut.

Does thyme come back every year? 

Thyme is a perennial herb that comes back every year and easily lasts for 3-5 years or more. 

Can you grow thyme plants indoors?

You can grow thyme indoors but place the pot where the plant gets maximum light.

Can thyme grow in pots?

Yes, you can grow thyme in pots but plant it at least 12- 24 inches wide and 12-15 inches deep container with well-draining holes. To give the extra space to the thyme, plant 2-3 seedlings per large pot.  

Why are my thyme seeds not germinating?

Thyme seeds will not germinate because of improper growing conditions like not getting enough sunlight, sowing seeds too deep in the soil, overwatering, or under watering.

Note : Images are for reference purposes only. Actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.

Technical Details
Package Dimension 12cm*9cm
Item Weight 5mg
Net Quantity 200N
Assembly Required No
SKU Thyme-Imported
Additional Information
Brand OrganicBazar
Country of Origin India
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Consumer Care Address P NO 225, NEAR OF WATER TANK, VIPATPURA, Narsinghpur (M.P) 487001
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