NEW! (Thymus praecox 'Coccineus') Sun loving and drought tolerant, this ground-cover is attractive, colorful and fragrant. Its glossy foliage forms a dense, flat mat of evergreen leaves that tolerate mild foot traffic. In late spring to midsummer, very small, magenta-red flowers bloom, creating a carpet of red. It's ideal for planting as a drought-tolerant lawn substitute, between flagstones or cascading over walls. Zones 4-9, 2-4″ tall, 12-15″ wide, sun, #1 bareroot.