Artemesia as a Hedgeplant

Artemesia as a Hedgeplant


Artemisia abrotanum (southernwood, lad’s love, old man), 2 to 3 ft., frequently planted as an internal hedge or as a border to the herb garden. Its fragrant foliage is soft and feathery, pale silvery-green when young and a dark blue-green later in the season. Plant in October or March, about 1 ft. apart. Trim lightly in early April if necessary, though not during the first year after planting.

Artemisia abrotanum

Artemisia abrotanum (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

08. November 2012 by admin
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