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Creeping Thyme Seedling Trays wholesale

Creeping Thyme Seed Trays Wholesale, Factory Price, Free Samples, Fast Delivery! We are a professional thyme plug trays supplier with 20 years of manufacturing experience. We supply creeping thyme plug trays with good quality and competitive price. We have a 35,000m² workshop area, serving customers worldwide!


We can ship thyme plug trays worldwide, such as USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, NZ, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon,UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Jordan, Oman, Yemen, Bahrain, Trinidad, Jamaica, Barbados, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Chile, Peru, Argentina, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Singapore, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Serbia, Greece etc.

Size of thyme seed starting trays

Our thyme plant trays size: 4 cell, 6 cell, 8 cell, 12 cell, 15 cell, 18 cell, 20 cell, 21 cell, 24 cell, 32 cell, 36 cell, 40 cell, 50 cell, 51 cell, 72 cell, 98 cell, 104 cell, 105 cell, 128 cell, 144 cell, 162 cell, 200 cell, 288 cell or according to your requirements.


Our thyme planting trays are reusable. You can use thyme seed starter trays in the greenhouse, indoors and outdoors. You can reuse them after washing them. You can use seed starting supplies for growing kinds of thyme seeds etc.

ODM or OEM thyme propagation trays

Our seed starting trays are made of high quality polystyrene (PS). Color, shape, sizes and logo can be customized to meet your best seed trays requirement. We have the ability to create custom thyme nursery trays for any customer.


OEM and ODM are all available. We are able to make different thickness and weight. If you want your own Private Label, please send us the label or logo you want to print on the elfin thyme plug tray, and we will proofing for you.

Creeping thyme nursery tray manufacturers

Wilson Garden is a company which is engaged in researching, developing, producing and selling thyme plug trays. Our mission is to provide our customers with high quality products and services.


As seedling tray manufacturers, we make sure that our creeping thyme plug trays are qualified products. We can also provide free samples for testing. Contact us and let’s win more markets together.


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Can you grow creeping thyme indoors?

Creeping thyme is a perennial subshrub native to Europe and North Africa. Creeping thyme has small green leaves that give off an aroma similar to mint. It grows well in many climates and you can grow creeping thymes indoors. You'll need to provide them with bright light and lots of humidity.


Creeping thyme thrives in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 9. It can be used to create beautiful ground cover in rock gardens and other areas where it will not be walked on. The creeping variety spreads by creeping roots and by seed, while the upright variety grows into small bushes with upright branches that create a dense hedge.

How many thyme seeds are in a plug?

The number of thyme seeds per plug will also depend on where you buy them. Some nurseries sell plugs that contain less or more than 6 or 288 seedlings per tray. Thyme seeds are very small and light, which makes them easier to manipulate with machines.


The process involves putting the elfin thyme seeds into little holes in the soil. The soil blocks are then placed in elfin thyme plug tray for planting. Don't touch or handle these blocks with your hands. Because the bacteria from your skin or other contaminants from the environment may contaminate them.

How do you plant creeping thyme plugs?

Creeping thyme is a low-growing evergreen groundcover with tiny leaves that can be used to cover bare spots in your garden. Choose a potting mix for creeping thyme that provides excellent drainage. You can buy it at a garden center or nursery supply store.


Provide creeping thyme with full sun or partial shade and well-draining soil with good water drainage. Fill thyme plug trays one-half full of potting mix, then press down gently with your hand until the soil reaches the top rim of the tray.


Creeping thyme is a low-maintenance plant which is a great choice for anyone who wants a little greenery without the hassles of outdoor gardening. If you have access to supplemental heating or cooling devices, you can keep your creeping thyme growing year-round by simply adjusting your indoor temperature accordingly.

How long will creeping thyme last?

In the United States, creeping thyme has been grown as an ornamental plant since at least the 1700s. Creeping thyme grows as a low-growing ground cover with tiny, pale lavender flowers.


Most people use creeping thyme as an ornamental plant in their landscape. You can also use thyme as an herb for cooking. Creeping thyme has a distinct flavor and aroma. This makes it a great addition to soups, stews and sauces.


If you’re growing creeping thyme in your yard, you may be wondering how long it will last. This evergreen plant will grow for many years and can even spread to a larger area over time.


Creeping thyme is perennial, meaning that it will grow year after year without needing to be replanted or reseeded. Once established, it will not need much maintenance other than regular watering during dry periods and fertilizing once or twice per year if desired.

How far will creeping thyme spread?

Creeping thyme grows slowly in the first year after planting, but after that it will spread by stolons (rooted stems) to form colonies in your garden bed. Creeping thyme can spread more than a foot across. You can cut back stolon tips to control the growth, if needed.


Cutting back stolon tips will keep your creeping thyme from taking over an area where you don't want it to grow — like between stepping stones — without having to dig up all of the plants in that area and replant them elsewhere in your yard or garden bed.


You can also divide creeping thyme plants by digging up clumps in early spring (before they begin growing) and replanting them elsewhere in your yard or garden bed.

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