Mugwort

Absinthe Mugwort / Wormwood
Absinthe Mugwort / WormwoodPacket: ~200 seeds (0.05 gram) More info
The infamous Absinthe Mugwort (Artemisia absinthium), also known as wormwood, is a pale emerald green plant constitutive ingredient of the spirit Absinthe. Mugwort is an easy to grow rhizome that will spread easily but not aggressively. The trick is to limit its water. The foliage is extremely bitter and has folkloric uses as a dream aid and medicinal uses as for digestion. 90-120 days from seed. Perennial. Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.
California Mugwort
California MugwortPacket: ~150 seeds (0.05 gram) More info
California Mugwort (Artemisia douglasiana) is a perennial shrub native to California and found throughout the West Coast of the United States. Plants have low water and fertility requirements and can be used to prevent erosion on hillsides. The bitter leaves can be used for tea, and the plant has folkloric uses to aid dreaming. Easy to establish; mature plants can be propagated through root divisions. Plants can reach approximately 4-6 feet tall when cared for appropriately. Harvestable foliage 70-90 days from seed when established in ideal conditions. Plants are perennial and has a fair degree of cold hardiness and can be established in zones 6 and above.
Common Mugwort
Common MugwortMore info987 available
Artemisia vulgaris.  Placed under one's pillow at bedtime, the leaves are said to enhance dreams and aid the lucidity of dreams. The dried leaves can also be smoked. 90-120 days from seed. Perennial. Seeds are certified organic by Oregon Tilth.
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