This plant has a mild fragrance
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Artemisia is a large genus comprising annuals, perennials, shrubs and sub-shrubs. They can be evergreen or deciduous and are cultivated mainly for their fern-like silvery foliage. Often found in prairies and other dry areas in the Northern hemisphere, they like temperate climates. Some come from South Africa and South America. Chemically they contain a variety of substances, contributing strong aromas and a bitter taste, and some species are used for culinary or medicinal purposes. In domestic situations, they suit herb gardens, rock gardens and borders.
How to propagate Mugwort
You can propagate by division in the spring or autumn.
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Other uses of Mugwort
Grown for the fern-like, silvery foliage that is sometimes aromatic. Suitable for coastal conditions.
Deer Resistant Plants
Although never fully deer proof - they are less likely to eat these.Explore all