Annual. Insignificant chartreuse flowers in late summer to fall. Finely cut, highly aromatic green foliage reaches 4'-6' tall in one season! Full sun. Also known as 'Sweet Wormwood', this heirloom plant is a must for anyone who loves to make wreaths, potpurri, or herbal crafts. Pleasantly scented foliage also makes a nice floral filler in vases where is often substituted for Baby's Breath. Attractive to bees, butterflies, and birds.
When to plant outside: Sow after last chance of spring frost. (May also try sowing in fall.)
When to start inside: Sow 6 weeks before last chance of frost.
Special Germination Instructions: Seed requires light to germinate. Press lightly into soil.