Soil:Well-drained soil is needed so the roots do not stay wet and begin to rot.
Comments: Growth might decline in extreme heat and humid climates. This is the hybrid variety that will not produce seeds
This plant boasts delicate, gray-green leaves that add a touch of elegance to any garden. With its subtle growth habit, it's perfect for tying together other plants and providing a lovely backdrop of color and texture. Not only is it a beautiful addition to your landscape, but it's also resistant to deer and easy to maintain.
Wormwood plants are low-maintenance, bushy perennials or sub-shrubs that are prized for their aromatic silvery foliage. Though they rarely bloom, their finely divided and feathery foliage more than makes up for it. They typically grow in a shrubby mound up to 3 feet tall and wide, but they can spread up to 6 feet wide if left unchecked.
For best results, plant wormwood in well-draining soil that is poor to moderately fertile and has medium moisture, and give it plenty of full sun.
Artemisia 'Powis Castle' - Wormwood
Characteristics: Typically grows in a shrubby mound to 2-3' tall and as wide, but spreads by underground rhizomes and may reach 3-6' wide if not restrained.
Light: Plant in full sun
Water: Grows best in poor to moderately fertile, dry to medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun.
Soil: Soil must be drained for this plant to grow well.
Use: Highly aromatic and grown mostly for ornament. Will tolerate humidity better than other artemisias.