thyme care self watering

thyme care self watering


Potted Herb Care

  • Full sunlight
  • Warm environment
  • 1. Remove herb from pack & place into our self watering pot.

  • 2. Fill the pot with water.

  • 3. Refill when water is below level of terracotta disc.

1 to 2 weeks of freshness if cared & kept indoors

Growing Outdoors

  • Full sunlight
  • Wind free
  • Water daily

If planted in the right spot, thyme grows into a nice “bush”, even with low maintenance.

  • 1. Thyme needs a lot of light, so plant it in loosed and fertilized soil in a sunny area.

  • 2. It will grow faster when watered regularly.

  • 3. Feed with liquid plant food every two weeks from April to August.

Thyme care self watering
Apr – Nov

When to Harvest

Thyme branches may be picked all year long.

If you would like thyme to grow into a nice bush, cut back the stems to 2-5 cm at the same time, so that new shoots will grow evenly.

How to Freeze

1. Trim

Trim the leaves off the stems, wash & dry.

2. Bag

Throw them as is in to a sealable bag.

3. Freeze

Place the tray in your freezer. Can be kept for 4 to 6 months.

Cut Herb Care

  • Keep it refrigerated
  • 1. Keep the product in it’s mini-greenhouse packaging.

  • 2. Snip off what you need and continue to properly store the remainder.

  • 3. Lasts 10 to 14 days

How to enjoy it

Before use, rinse under cold running water.

The tender stems may be chopped and used as seasoning; however, when using older woody stems, you need to take off the leaves before you put it in your food.

  • Check out some of our favourites herb recipes and bring their fresh taste to your family!