Herb Thyme Plant,Small (Per Plant)

Sale price ₱145.00 Regular price ₱175.00

Thyme Herb Plant in Seedling Bag

Plant Height: 2 inches and above


Packaging: Covered to Prevent Transport Stress

Delivery: Same Day to Next Day

Payment: COD or Bank Transfer

Delivery Areas:

Alabang, Antipolo, Bicutan, Bonifacio Global City, Cainta, Caloocan, Fairview, Katipunan, Las Pinas, Libis, Makati, Mandaluyong, Manila, Marikina, Muntinlupa, Pasay, Paranaque, Pasig, Pateros, Quezon City, San Juan, Sucat, Taguig, Taytay, Tondo

Product Description

Thyme is a very hardy plant that will just keep producing leaves. Make sure to water regularly together with your other herbs since it's hard to see if thyme leaves are droopy. Use thyme in your flat bread or pizzas!

Care Guide



Water 4 times a week or when the soil feels dry and leaves  are droopy

👍 Urban Farming Tip: Dig an inch into the soil with your finger. If the soil sticks to your finger then it is still wet


Near a window with unobstructed Morning/Afternoon Sun. The sun's energy increases the closer you are to the window. 

👍 Urban Farming Tip: If your plants are tall but skinny, they need more sun.  

👍 Urban Farming Tip: Curtains limit the amount of light your plants get. It's  best to put the plants between the curtain and the window




Water 5-6 time a week or when the leaves are droopy

👍 Urban Farming Tip: Pasma in plants is an urban legend. Water plants when necessary especially when the leaves start to droop. This means the plant doesn't have enough water to support the leaves


Partial Shade. This helps protect the plant against strong hot days and torrential rains during the rainy season

Common Questions:

1) My Plant is wilting, what should I do?

If leaves are browning from the sides and leaves are droopy, water with 1 cup water and let out in morning sun or partial shade

2) My Plant has yellow leaves, what should I do?

Put the plant in morning sun/partial. Add vermicast or organic fertilizer then water so the nutrients get to the root zone.

3) Can I pick the leaves?

Yes you can, pruning actually promotes new leaf growth. Use scissors so that you don't disturb the plant roots.