praecox Pseudolanguinosus-Wooly Thyme THYMUS pseudolanuginosus One of the best Creeping Thymes for general groundcover purposes. This is a low, creeping species with fuzzy grey-green foliage, occasionally producing soft-pink flowers.
Near as I can find, this seems like it is WOOLLY-DOG MOSS: There are plants you just want to touch and woolly thyme plants are just one of them. Growing and caring for this herb plant is easy. Read this article for information on how to grow woolly thyme.
Beautiful waterwise border - fully blooming flowers of English Lavender 'Munstead' spill over the split rail fence near the Creeping Red Thyme (Thymus praecox subsp. arcticus), and the gray/green mound of Wooly Thyme (Thymus pseudolanuginosis).
Thyme Lawn - low maintenance & tough turf alternative