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Thyme Magic Carpet Plant Trays

Thymus serpyllum

Each Tray measures 330mm x 330mm

Includes FREE Express Postage

Thyme Magic Carpet Tray
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Our Thyme Magic Carpet Plant Trays come into their own as there is no need to dig holes, nor wait for pots to join up. You simply lay the trays next to each other on your prepared ground and Voila, instant full coverage.

  • Each Plant Tray (Plant Tile) measures 330mm x 330mm and only 22mm deep
  • Simply remove your Thyme from the Trays and lay on the Prepared Area. If needed you can cut to Shape with Scissors and butt together for Complete Coverage
  • Achieve Full Green Coverage instantly at Half the Cost of using 100mm Pots
  • Normally Express Posted Same Day  (Due to Covid we only post on Mondays and Tuesdays - We will post as late as Wednesday for Sydney Orders)
  • If you require Less than the Minimum Five Trays, call us for a price
  • For Large Orders Ask about a Price for Direct Delivery from our Grower
  • Ask us about a Bulk Buy Price
  • If you do not have a Credit Card, email us for our Bank Details
  • Covid-19 Update - Our groundcovers are very hardy and travel really well. Whilst we are yet to experience any significant delays or failed deliveries due to Covid-19, we cannot guarantee 100% that your order will be delivered on time, or even without a significant delay.
    All Online Nurseries have been effected by Covid-19, and Tranquil Havens is no exception. We are all in the same boat when it comes to plant deliveries.
    In saying that, we have been less impacted than most, due to the fact that we utilise Express Postage and or Next Day Delivery Couriers for all of our orders.
  • We are not permitted to send to WA, NT or TAS due to quarantine laws

Thymus Serpylum Tile

5 x Thyme Trays

[ If you require Less than the Minimum Five Trays please Call Us for a Price ]


$225.00 inc. GST

Thyme Magic Carpet Tray

10 x Thyme Trays


$420.00 inc. GST

Stepping Stones

20 x Thyme Trays


$820.00 inc. GST


50 x Thyme Trays


$2,025.00 inc. GST


100 x Thyme Trays


$4,000.00 inc. GST


Thyme ~ Thymus serpyllum ~ var. Magic Carpet

    This is a lawn variety of Thyme on which you can walk. It makes an excellent lawn as it requires little watering and no mowing! Used as an alternative lawn, it can tolerate light traffic. Thyme must have good drainage, is drought tolerant and must have full sun.

    This gorgeous mini creeping thyme makes a striking lawn substitute and features deep green foliage that explodes in late spring with carmine-pink flowers. Magic Carpet Thyme has a soft scent of lemon when stepped on
    and it is a maintenance free, hardy plant that will give years of beauty and enjoyment.

    It can also be used as a ground cover because of its creeping habit and low growing nature. It is also edible and can be used just like regular thyme. The leaves of this ground cover are edible and the plants are full of tiny pink clusters of blooms that are attractive to butterflies.

    Magic Carpet thyme ground cover is only 50 - 100mm high, and spreads and flowers for most of the summer. It is perfect for edging the garden border, rock gardens, walkways, patios and in containers.

    If you have a stepping stone path or a flagstone patio, growing Thyme Magic Carpet is a great way to add lovely, low-growing thyme to the walkway and patio crevices.

    Magic Carpet Thyme (Thymus Serpyllum) is also known as Creeping Thyme, Breckland Thyme, Breckland Wild Thyme or Elfin Thyme

    Magic Carpet Thyme:
    • A low maintenance lawn
    • Excellent ground cover because of its low growing and creeping nature
    • Great for checkerboard patterns between pavers and stepping stones
    • Looks terrific in Rock / Alpine Gardens
    • Ideal for rooftop gardens
    • Garden sculptures
    • Excellent ground cover because of its low growing and creeping nature



Creeping Thyme Lamp

Thyme in Garden
Thymus Serpyllum

Thyme Crazy Pavers

Creeping Thymus Serpyllum
Thyme Entrance

Rock Path Thyme
Rock Feature Thyme

Mass Planting Thyme

Mixed Planting Thyme

Thyme Path
Rock Garden Featuring Thyme

Thyme Close
Thyme Steppers

Close Up Thyme
Thyme Tile

Bee on Thyme
Pathway Thyme

Thyme Tile Rocks

Creeping Thyme Steppers
Thyme Carpet Rocks

Ground Cover Thyme
Thyme Beach Track

Creeping Thyme Deep
Thyme Carpet Track

Ground Cover Thyme Meadow
Beach Track Thyme

Sloping Bank Thyme
Mass Planting Thyme Carpet


Some Of Our Other Grasses

Zoysia Tenuifolia and Ophiopogon Japonicus Nana

Both Zoysia tenuifolia and Ophiopogon Japonicus Nana have many 'Common Names' which has made it difficult to establish which plant to purchase, until now that is!

What is Zoysia Tenuifolia?

Here is an article written in the Sydney Morning Herald   Zoysia Makes a Brilliant Green Nomow Lawn. Written by Robin Powell, this article sings the praises of Zoysia Tenuifolia. Robin describes Zoysia and mentions Tranquil Havens and my good self:

"Keen gardener Graeme Fraser saw it there (Hunter Valley Gardens) in 2009 and loved its free-form, free-flowing look. So when he found it impossible to buy for his own garden, he made a ‘‘note to self: business opportunity".

He launched Tranquil Havens (tranquilhavens.com.au), an online nursery selling Dwarf Mondo and Zoysia, his true love, by mail-order. Graeme says his success, despite his lack of horticultural experience, is a guarantee to other gardeners of the plant’s adaptability. It grows in sun and shade, only complains if left in soggy soil, and is not particularly expensive.

"If you fancy a brilliant emerald green lawn that doesn’t need mowing, mossy-looking landscapes without the challenge of growing moss, and softness so alluring you can’t keep your hands off it, meet Zoysia tenuifolia. It is the plant set to become this decade’s mondo grass."                                                                                           Robin Powell - Sydney Morning Herald 

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Check out Robin's SMH Articles - Sydney Morning Herald Columnist

Zoysia Tenuifolia is native to Asia, and is named after botanist Karl Von Zois. A warm-season grass, its deep root system allows it to tolerate drought better than many other turf grasses. It is also tolerant of shade, cold and foot traffic.

Here is a comprehensive list of Common Names for these two products:

Zoysia Tenuifolia (Korean No Mow Grass)
  • No Mow Grass
  • Minmow Grass
  • Petting Grass
  • Korean Grass
  • Temple Grass
  • Velvet Grass
  • Mascarene Grass
  • Korean Lawngrass
  • Japanese Lawngrass
  • Manila Grass
  • Bump Grass
  • Clumping Grass
  • Snake Grass
Ophiopogon Japonicus Nana (Dwarf or Mini Mondo Grass)
  • Dwarf Mondo Grass
  • Mini Mondo Grass
  • Mondo Grass
  • Dwarf Lilyturf
  • Fountain Plant
  • Monkey Grass
  • Dragon's Beard
  • Snake's Beard

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require any further details about these wonderful grasses.

We supply Zoysia Tenuifolia in 90mm, 100mm, 125mm and 140mm Pots, and we now can supply in Plant Trays (Tiles) which measure 330mm x 330mm.

Zoysia Experiment

If you look check out Page Menu, you will find the translated details of an experiment created by 'Bago' in Italy.

This Zoysia Tenuifolia experiment was carried out over a period of twelve months.

You can also visit here to view the Italian version of the experiment: Esperimento Verde (Green Experiment) .

Thank you to 'Bago' for the professional manner in which he produced this experiment. You can also visit his website: www.digg.it then click on "Esperimento Verde" in the right hand side menu on his page.

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Dwarf Mondo Potts Point Swans Amongst Zoysia Mini Mondo In Pavers Buddha In Zoysia Korean Velvet Grass Waterfall