Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) - 100 Seeds

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Mugwort is an incredibly diverse, yet widely known medicinal herb that has been used for thousands of years by people living in Europe and Asia. This shrub-like plant can add a touch of beauty to any garden with its late-summer flower clusters and attractive foliage, plus it’s incredibly easy to grow. Mugwort is also popular among culinary lovers who use the leaves to bring a pleasant bitter taste to recipes. Beyond savoring the herb’s unique flavor, many gardeners have traditionally used Mugwort as part of moxibustion. This ancient Chinese practice has been used for over 3,000 years and advocates that heating or burning the herb next to the body can help improve life energy and reduce inflammation. So why not explore all that Mugwort has to offer? Its adaptability and sheer number of uses makes it an ideal herb for both beginners and experienced gardeners around the world!

•Artemisia vulgaris
•American grown seeds
•USDA Zones: 3-9

Planting Instructions:
Mugwort seeds germinate best with a cold treatment to break the seed's dormancy. Some herb gardeners will sow the herb seeds directly out in the garden in the late fall for germination the next spring. Others mix the herb seeds with dampened peat moss and place the Mugwort seeds/peat moss mixture in the refrigerator for 2 to 4 weeks before planting. The Mugwort herb plant can be invasive. It spreads by underground rhizomes and by re-seeding.

Light Required: Yes.
Watering: Keep moist
Soil: Poor, sandy, well drained soils.
Seed Depth: Surface sow
Seeds per Plant: 15-20
Plant Spacing: 24-36 inches