Anybody know what color flowers these produce?
Hi there. These produce purple flowers.
Is this a perennial or an annual?
Hi there. From the vendor:
“This is a low growing perennia in planting zones 3-9”
There seems to be a multitude of bad reviews on similar products online. Your link to the Manufacturer’s Warranty and Guarantee policies only goes to their home page, where their Warranty link just reloads the main page. Can we get the actual policy posted somewhere here?
The first photo looks to be of a different flower:
Dianthus flowers ( Dianthus spp.) are also called “ pinks .” They belong to a family of plants which includes carnations and are characterized by the spicy fragrance the blooms emit. Dianthus plants may be found as a hardy annual, biennial or perennial and most often used in borders or potted displays.
I was considering to buy some, but not if the main photo is wrong! The other photos of the low-growing groundcover CREEPING THYME, seem to be correct!
Sorry about the warranty. here’s the correct link:
We removed the one image, however it was also correct. Here’s the vendor’s reply:
There are several types of creeping thyme including the low-growing thyme that we sell. I do recognize however that the coloring on the main image is slightly different than the thumbnails. This can be due to hundreds of reasons such as the mulch being used, the amount of sunlight received etc.