Wormwood has been used as a traditional bitter herb, but is now considered hazardous for internal use. Its attractive feathery, silver-green foliage is ornamental and can be used fresh or dried for flower arrangements. Wormwood repels cabbageworm butterflies, flea beetles, and clothes moths. (Artemesia absinthium)
Growing instructions: Perennial in zones 4-9. Germination at 55°F in 7-10 days. A light-dependent germinator. Transplant or direct sow. Full sun or part shade. Grows 24"-36" tall. Space 24-36" apart.
Packet: 0.10g - approximately 674 seeds