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Growing Thyme, also Common thyme

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25 Apr 12 (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
if you pick the bad or dead leaves off the plant that will give it more space for new leaves to grow, also harvest it once every two weeks, dont take all the leaves off wilst harvesting as that will wrek it, only take off a few leaves at a time, not the ones on the top, on hot days water near the roots, the during dusk water the leaves.
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