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Mugwort Seeds

Mugwort (Artemisia Vulgaris) - This hardy, perennial herb is grown from Mugwort seeds. Throughout history it has been used as a medicinal herb in both Europe and Asia. It is also referred to as Common Mugwort, Cronewort and Moxa. The Mugwort herb plant is shrub-like and many herb gardeners grow it as a hedge.

Sweet Wormwood Seeds

Sweet Wormwood (Artemisia Annua) - Tall plants have fern-like, dark-green foliage dotted with tiny cream-yellow colored flowers. Use foliage for wreaths and as filler for mixed bouquets. Also known as sweet sagewort, sweet annie, and Chinese woodworm.

Tarragon Seeds

Tarragon (Artemisia Dracunculus) -Thriving in hot, barren soils, Tarragon is a tough herb plant. It is native to northwestern United States, Russia and Asia, and it is closely related to sagebrush. It is both a medicinal herb as well as a popular culinary herb. Tarragon can reach 60 inches in height, and it has thin, blade-like leaves that are wonderfully aromatic with a sweet anise-like flavor. In late summer, Tarragon produces white, rather droopy flowers.

Wormwood Seeds

Wormwood (Artemisia Absinthium) - Start Wormwood seeds for an attractive addition to the herb garden! It has finely-divided foliage that is gray-green in color and aromatic. In mid-summer, it produces many yellow flowers. Wormwood herb plants have a long history as a medicinal herb with use dating all the way back to the ancient Egyptians.