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Growing Thyme, also Common thyme

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10 Jan 12 Sylvanna (Australia - tropical climate)
I grew tomatoes, herbs and strawberrys. They are all struggling with the hot summer heat, The tomatoes have tomato fruit and I am using the herbs basil, mint,parsley in cooking: Oregano and coriander are struggling: The strawberries are not going to make it: late afternoon when the heat has dropped I give all the plants a cool light watering to help them. What else could I do to help these plants to get through the hot summer? I welcome all expert advice: Compassionate gardener:
12 Apr 16 Bob Dobbs (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I sent in a reply to the above query, but it appears to have been posted elsewhere - and not directly under Sylvanna's request.
24 Sep 12 Alice (Australia - temperate climate)
Never water at night always in early morning
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