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Sweet Annie

Annual

Artemisia annua.

Also known as sweet wormwood or sweet mugwort, this annual plant grew to 5' in one year here for us. It has wonderfully fragrant, finely divided, light green leaves and tiny, yellow flowers at the ends of the branches. Reseeds itself vigorously. Highly prized for dried wreaths, because it retains its sweet fragrance a very long time. Resembles the other Artemisias, except that it is green rather than silver. G14-60         100 seeds

 

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    07/04/2018
    Anne D.
    United States

    Came up with nothing!

    I was very disappointed. The seeds were the tiniest I’ve ever seen None the less, about three weeks ago I planted them, marked them well, and watered them zealously, but, alas, there is nothing coming up. Where did I go wrong?

    MT
    06/03/2018
    Margot T.
    United States

    wonder bar !

    still watching it come up I have grown sweet annie in KY and hate the smell, but love it in floral arrangements

    EM
    05/29/2018
    Ellen M.
    United States

    Sweet Annie

    Do not think the seeds sprouted. The website should include pics of sprouts.

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    05/25/2018
    Rita A.
    United States

    Sweet Annie seed

    Terrible---a complete loss! I have had zero germination. I am a very experienced greenhouse grower & have been in business for over 41 years. I have successfully germinated this type of seed in past years. I have never had zero germination of it before. I would certainly appreciate a full refund of the seed and shipping & handling! Thanks! Rita Arnold

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    02/13/2016
    Christina

    Lovely fragrant plant that reseeds vigorously

    I've grown Sweet Annie, and absolutely love it's fragrant leaves for greenery in bouquets. I must warn that although it looks pretty and dainty, it RESEEDS WITH WILD ABANDON. This is a plant that keeps on giving. It's best planted in a location where it can do that, rather than in a formal border where one will be cursing the Sweet Annie volunteers for years. I am planning to plant it with other unruly herbs on a slope that would otherwise be overgrown with weeds.