of bother. I saw this fabulous plant in the Old English Garden in Battersea Park and fell for it immediately. It is incredibly low moundy, roundy and intense in greenness even now as autumn gets its claws in.
Did not collar park attendant or passing gardener and say "oi what exactly do you call this thyme?" fool that I was. Trawling around in xerophytic plant collections from Colorado Sate University, National Plant Collections from Hampshire and venerable catalogue of Beth Chatto have not helped. Like looking up a name in the telephone directory, it has led to endless gainful distractions.
But oh thyme lover if you happen to know please send a message to my blog and let me know.