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    Default What herb is this?!?

    In my new herb garden is one I can't recognise- it is not thyme or rosemary (they are elsewhere and I know what they are)....
    It smells awesome and tastes kind of zesty (being overrun by the oregano though!!). Very small flat leaves.
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    don't take my word for it , I know nothing, but it looks like lavender to me. so now someone can come on and give the correct answer. marie

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    Default What herb is this?!?

    No definetely not lavender that's elsewhere too.
    I googled it but came up with nothing?

    Edit: I hate lavender Marie
    It's hard from the photo but the leaves are way smaller too
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    Could it be lemon thyme?

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    Could it be rosemary?
    Oh dur, didn't read your OP properly. Ignore me!
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    I would have said rosemary or lavender so I am no help sorry!

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    I think it's lemon thyme. I have a smaller bush than yours. But it looks the same

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    I would have said thyme.

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    Looks like lemon thyme to me.

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