Wormwood, Sweet Annie
Grown mostly for its sweetly scented foliage, its ornamental value, its use in wreath making, and for use in pressed leaf and flower arrangements. Seed is difficult to clean and contains some light chaff. (Artemesia anuua)
Medicinal: Sweet Annie is currently being investigated for its medicinal value as an antihelminthic, and for the treatment of chloroquine-resistant malaria.
Growing instructions: Annual.Germinates at 70°F. A light-dependent germinator. Direct sow. Full sun. Grows 72" tall. Space 15-18" apart. Self sows readily.
Packet: 0.05g - approximately 1408 seeds