PinkPetalPolygon
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My German Thyme (among others) Flowering!

I had to let my thyme flower this year! :P it was too pretty to want to stop it. I put it next to my chives for a photo opportunity.

I'm going to pick them all and put them in a pasta sauce soon!

I recently harvested my first chamomile flowers of the season. :)
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imafan26
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Re: My German Thyme (among others) Flowering!

Nice. I have only seen creeping thyme bloom.
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Re: My German Thyme (among others) Flowering!

If you keep harvesting all the chamomile flowers, it will keep blooming for a long time. Once you stop harvesting, annual chamomile will be done very soon.
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Re: My German Thyme (among others) Flowering!

Lovely, i love eating them herbflowers. Chive flowers are really nice i think taste is really good! :)
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