Botanical name: Pilea serpyllacea Family: Urticaceae (Nettle family)
Synonyms: Urtica serpyllacea
Thyme Rockweed is so-named because of its resemblance to Thymus serpyllum (creeping thyme). It is an almost fernlike succulent perennial herb, growing up to 10 inches high, this species forms a thick cover with its many spreading branches. The plant bears tiny, mid green, fleshy leaves on upright slightly arching stems. The plant produces tiny, urn shaped, red flowers. It performs best in light shade in a well-drained soil with moisture. It may also be used for edging, borders, or in a hanging basket or container. Thyme Rockweed is native to bolivia.
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