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Hello, anyone here from the blue mountains? I have a small medicinal garden but would like to create a sacred garden. can do cash or plant swap or prints of pictures, I have Echinacea purpurea seeds, heirloom borage seeds, chilli seeds, white sage seeds, cuttings of ginkgo or wormwood (a beautiful menthol/minty smelling one), giant dandelions, lemon saplings, port jackson seedlings, birch seedlings, aloevera pups, Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop, pineapple sage （゜◇゜） Any cooler climate recommendations? Any must have suggestions for a sacred garden ? A
Hey everyone! I'm looking for people with medium sized to mature Artemisia Absinthium plants that would sell me bulk fresh leaves?? I will pay nicely, can trade too. The reason I need fresh leaves is because my friend is working on a homemade French style Absinthe based on a 19th century recipe, any help would be appreciated.
Hey everyone out there! First post. I am just looking for some healthy Artemisia Absinthium Wormwood plants/rooted clones. PM me if you have any wormwood, (particularly special cultivars, Lambrook Silver, Lambrook Mist, Silver Ghost, Persian Lace or others) it will be going to a good loving home
Hi everyone, I recently found out that mum has some Mugwort growing in her garden. She apparently grows it to keep parasites away from the chickens, and I'm interested in its medicinal value. Looking at the leaf structure, there seems to be two varieties - so I have a few questions.. 1. Are all Mugwort/Wormwood varieties medicinally identical? I am interested in exploring this herb as a dream enhancer. I've also promised some to a friend who makes it into a tea.. but I'd hate to give him an ineffective variety (or worse, one that could make him sick). If there are big differences between varieties.. 2. Would anyone be able to ID these plants? My guesstimation from Google searching is that they both look like Artemisia Absinthium / common wormwood. PHOTOS: (click next to see close-ups) PLANT 1: PLANT 2: Thanks!