I’ve been moving starts of this plant to different places around the house. Thyme is such a sturdy plant that all the moves have been successful. This example has bi-color leaves of white and green, with spikey flowers in pale lavender.
If I wait too long before I prune this ground cover back, the leaves turn to a solid green. I discovered that if I prune off the dead flowers, the leaves remain the beautiful bi-color as pictured above.
It will multiply naturally where a longer branch touches the ground, or send up starts on its own. I’ve given plant starts away, and transplanted it around my house. The deer and rabbits do not seem to bother with this herb.