Plant has small green leaves with a lighter center with pinkish flowers in summer. It gets its name due to the fact that the leaves resemble Wedgewood china. It has a slightly sweeter taste than regular English thyme. Leaves are used fresh or dried in soups, stuffings, sauces, meats, fish and other cooking recipes. It grows 8-12" tall by 18-24" wide in full sun to part shade in well drained soil. Avoid overwatering. Perennial zone 5-9.