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Black Wormwood
Artemisia genipi
Uses: Industrial/Medicinal/tCulinary Duration: Perennial (hardy in zones 3-7)
Used to make genepi, a liqueur or aperitif similar to absinthe, often taken before or after meals to help to stimulate the digestion. Genepi is an acquired taste, usually made less sweet than other liqueurs. It is made by steeping the flowering tops of black wormwood in vodka or pure grain alcohol, producing a natural pale gold color. Chartreuse, the famous liqueur made by the Carthusian monks in the mountains of France, is made with black wormwood also, Low mat-forming plant with grey felt-like leaves; excellent for rock gardens.
S6964-500 Seeds $2.25/Pkt
Currency: United States Dollar

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