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Absinth wormwood- Asteraceae - (Sunflower family)

Absinth Wormwood is a perennial forb or herb with a strong sage fragrance dying back to the ground every year. It is commonly 3 feet tall at maturity, and divided two or three times into deeply lobed leaflets. Leaves are covered with fine silky hairs giving the plant a grayish appearance. Flower stalks appear at each upper leaf node, producing numerous flower heads, appearing from late July through August. The seed is less than 1/16 inch long, smooth, flattened, and light gray-brown.

 

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