Thymus 'Chehalem Valley'

Common name(s): Chehalem Valley thyme

Description: Our own introduction, named for the valley we reside in, likely a cross between T. ‘Doone Valley’ and T. ‘Longwood.’ A flat creeper with a fresh lemon scent. Dark green foliage with bright gold flecked variegation from fall to spring.

Height: to 4 in. Spread: to 18 in.

Position: full sun and well-draining soil

Uses: ornamental- as a small scale groundcover or between pavers, to attract pollinators

Winter Hardiness: to 0 F and below