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Sweet Annie

Artemisia annua

Very fragrant, feathery green to light brown dried flower foliage.

Annual Herb

Common Name(s) Wormwood
Height 36 - 60 inches.
Propagation By seed at 70°F, requires light to germinate. Will self-sow if you let it go to seed (ill advised).
Cultivation Full sun in average soil.
Disease Aphids love this plant.
Harvest Cut Sweet Annie before flowers open.
Drying Hang Sweet Annie upside down in dry, dark, open, airy place.
There is also a scent-less variety of Sweet Annie, a perennial.

Sweet Annie is related to Artemesia.

Sweet Annie is a excellent dried flower filler. Used extensively as a dried flower wreath and swag base.

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