Artemisia vulgaris 'Bronze' (Mugwort Bronze) Herb Plant
Some Herbs may be too tall for our standard packaging and will be trimmed to fit. This will not be detrimental to the plant but will mean that these herbs will flower later in the year.
The Blister packs used to protect our beautiful herbs during transit are made from 100% recycled plastic and can be recycled kerbside.
Mugwort Bronze (Artemisia vulgaris) Herb in 1L Pot
Artemisia or Mugwort as it is commonly known is a tall growing perennial plant which can be seen in hedgerows and riverbanks. Bronze Mugwort is a tall perennial 1-1.5m in height the stems of which are purplish with dark green leaves which are downy underneath in this Bronze version the leaves turn a rich red/bronze colour as they mature, and it has a green/grey flower. Native to northern temperate regions it will happily grow in damp conditions.
Mugwort has been used for centuries as a medicinal and protective herb. Mugwort was used to repel insects, especially moths, from gardens. Mugwort has also been used against fatigue and to protect travellers against evil spirits and wild animals. It is said that Roman soldiers put mugwort in their sandals to protect their feet against fatigue. It is said that sprays or it were worn on St. John's Eve to protect from evil possession, in Europe one of its other common names is St. John's Plant, because of the belief, that if gathered on St. John's Eve it gave protection against diseases and misfortunes. Different species of Mugwort are found all over the world such as China and Korea where it is used both medicinally and as a culinary herb but it has a bitter taste so it is not recommended.
Buy Bronze Mugwort Online
Our potted Bronze Mugwort herb plants are generally available to buy online between May and September.
|Artemisia vulgaris 'Bronze' (Mugwort Bronze) Herb Plant|
|Soil Type||Free draining soil|
|Latin name||Artemisia vulgaris|
|Hardiness||RHS rating H5 - Hardy - Cold winter|
|Special Features||Deer/Rabbit Resistant|
|Type of Garden||Cottage/Informal|