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propagating perennials: Artemisia -Artemisia, Wormwood, Mugwort
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Monday, June 9, 2008

Artemisia -Artemisia, Wormwood, Mugwort

Artemsia cam be propagated either by dividing the roots or by transplanting the rhizomes that have rooted. Artemsia is not known for its bloom but rather for its contrasting and aromatic foliage which can grow up to 5' in height, but this is one herb that will take abuse, dry soil, but rich in nitrogen, and will take some shade, hence a plant that is hard to kill except by overwatering, but not invasive and deciduous, planted in a neutral pH. An cousin to the Sagebrush found out west.

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