Artemisia arborescence also known as Tree Wormwood, or Sheeba in Arabic and Shiva in Israel.
Striking, 4 to 6 feet tall, silver-gray, deeply divided, aromatic foliage, which is often used in flower arrangements? Inconspicuous dull yellow flower appear in clusters late spring. Artemisia arborescence tolerates a wide variety of soil and cultural conditions: heat, drought, wind, salt air, and is cold hardy to 18 degrees F once established. Tree Wormwood need good drainage and deep watering, Plant in full sun to light shade. For best results plant in average to poor soils and full sun for healthy, compact growth. Rich soils create lanky, short lived plants. Prune lightly in the spring to maintain compactness and promote new growth.
Artemisia arborescence is native to the Middle East where it is used to make a tea; its leaves are usually mixed with Mint leaves. In small quantities the tea is believed to have medicinal properties, pacifying various kinds of digestion turmoil’s.
We are offering a well-established plant 6 to 10 inches tall