Roman Wormwood

This pleasantly fragrant creeping perennial has become a rarity in the wild, but is cultivated in copious amounts in botanical gardens, where it serves as decorative ground cover. Its stems are covered in dense leaves; its inflorescence is a slim panicle, while the flowers are yellowish. Roman Wormwood is ideally suited for use in herbal mixtures for gall, liver, and stomach problems.


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