A shrubby evergreen perennial in mild winters. It grows to 6″ to 12″ tall and round with tiny lilac flowers in summer. It has lemon-scented leaves which are variegated green and silver (argentus from Latin meaning silver).
Best grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil in full sun. Loose, sandy or rocky soils with excellent drainage are best. Drought tolerant. Cut back plants to limit woody growth or to stimulate new growth. Harvest leaves throughout the summer as needed.
Propagate from stem cuttings.
A hybrid between T. vulgaris and T. pulegioides
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P21089
Found in Pots,
Waiting to find a forever home in the garden and may stay closer to the herb pots as well.
We acquired this plant from Farmington Gardens.