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Artemisia serrata
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Scientific classification
  • Artemisia vulgaris subsp. serrata (Nutt.) H.M.Hall & Clem.

Artemisia serrata is a North American species in the sunflower family, with the common name serrate-leaved sage or saw-tooth wormwood. It is native to the north-central part of the United States (Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, with isolated populations in New York State).


Artemisia serrata is a perennial occasionally reaching a height of 300 cm (10 feet). It has up to 5 stems and bicolor leaves (white and green). It has many small yellow flower heads. The species tends to grow in grasslands and barren areas on high plateaus.

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