Sweet Annie Artemisia
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Slow to germinate, late to bloom, and somewhat plain and gawky, sweet Annie (Artemisia annua) is the tomboy of everlasting gardens. Yet this tall annual herb, native to southeastern Europe, northern Africa, and Iran, is a favorite of crafters in this country for its versatility and sweet, lingering fragrance. Although each sweet Annie plant lives for only a single growing season, it readily self-seeds, and after one or two have become established in your garden, you’re sure to have plants for years to come.
Will grow in a variety of soils.
Tall, bushy habit.
Lacy, delicate, fern-like fragrant foliage.
Small yellow flowers bloom late summer into early fall.