Artemisia dracunculus L.
Family: Asteraceae
dragon sage-wort,  more...
[Artemisia aromatica A.Nelson,  more]
Artemisia dracunculus image
Mark A. Wetter  
Etymology: Artemisia: referring to the Greek goddess Artemis who so benefited from a plant of this family that she gave it her own name
Plants: erect, perennial, 2'-5' tall forb; stems clustered; fibrous roots
Leaves: alternate, not slivery, mostly hairless, linear, usually undivided leaf drawing
Flowers: head yellow; inflorescence large, open, branched clusters; blooms July-Sept.
Fruits: elliptical, dry seed
Habitat: sun; dry
Conservation Status: Special Concern
Artemisia dracunculus image
Keir Morse  
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Botanical Illustration  
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
Artemisia dracunculus image
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