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Absinth Wormwood Cultivation

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ABSINTH WORMWOOD (Artemisia absinthium) Description: Absinth
century for medicinal and social purposes. By 1841, absinth wormwood had escaped cultivated gardens and was found along roadsides and on waste grounds.
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Absinth wormwood escaped from cultivated areas after it was introduced as a garden herb from Europe.
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for medicinal use. It was first reported outside cultivated gardens in 1841, along roadsides and waste grounds.
Absinth wormwood is a member of the composite family. The plant also is known .

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Absinthe Wormwood
Absinthe Wormwood. Absinthe is a liquor made out of the herb grand wormwood, lat. artemisia absinthium.
Artemisia absinthium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The plant can easily be cultivated in dry soil. It is an ingredient in the spirit absinthe, and also used for flavouring in In 18th century England, wormwood was sometimes used instead of hops in beer.
Roman Wormwood Cultivation - Herbs Forum - GardenWeb
Howdy I've got some use for Roman Wormwood and I've also got a black thumb. Any help in cultivation and harvest would be appreciated.
Artemisia absinthium
In Glacier National Park, absinth wormwood was found growing with orchard grass (Dactylis glomerata) and mountain hollyhock (Iliamna rivularis).
ABSINTH WORMWOOD (Artemisia absinthium) Description: Absinth
century for medicinal and social purposes. By 1841, absinth wormwood had escaped cultivated gardens and was found along roadsides and on waste grounds.

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