Creeping thyme is a low-growing, spreading plant often used as a ground cover. The plant has downy, gray-green leaves and small, fragrant flowers that range in color from white to pink. Creeping thyme is native to Europe and Asia, but it can also be found growing in other parts of the world. The plant prefers full sun and well-drained soil and is relatively drought tolerant. Creeping thyme can be propagated by seed or cuttings, and it is often used in rock gardens or as a border plant. Additionally, the leaves of the plant can be used to add flavor to food or as a decoration.