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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
AsteraceaeArtemisia abrotanumSouthernwood, Lad’s Love, Old Man, Southern WormwoodDisturbed areas, waif from horticultural use.Native of Eurasia. Reported as a waif in e. VA (Reed 1964).image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia absinthiumCommon Wormwood, AbsinthiumFields, roadsides, other disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia annuaSweet Annie, Sweet Wormwood, Sweet Sagewort, Annual MugwortBarnyards, roadsides, disturbed areas, waste areas around wool-combing mills (Nesom 2004d).Native of Asia and e. Europe.image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia biennis var. biennisBiennial WormwoodDisturbed areas, especially in sandy soils; also waif in waste area around wool-combing mills (SC).Native of the w. United States. Reported for SC by Nesom (2004d); also reported to be naturalized as far east as TN and WV (Hardy County).image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia caudataSand Wormwood, Beach WormwoodSandy woodlands, beaches and dunes, gravelly and rocky shores; also adventive in sandy fields, on roadsides, in railroad ballast, and other disturbed areas.Native south to NJ, PA, OH, IN, IL, MO, AR (?), OK, and TX. Rare at Presque Isle, nw. PA (S. Grund, pers.comm., 2021).image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia ludovicianaWhite Sage, White Sagewort, Prairie Sage, Western MugwortPrairies, roadsides, fencerows, eastwards in disturbed areas.MI west to AK, south as a native to IL, AR, TX, NM, AZ, CA, and s. Mexico.image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia ponticaRoman Wormwood, Green-gingerDisturbed areas, old fields, woodland edges, roadsides, ditches.Native of Europe. Naturalized at least as far south as DE, se. PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993), and KY.
AsteraceaeArtemisia stellerianaBeach Wormwood, Dusty Miller, Hoary MugwortSandy roadsides, dunes, other disturbed areas.Native of Japan and ne. Asia. This plant is reported (with documenting photograph) as naturalized and spreading in Nags Head (Dare County, NC) (Graetz 1973), and also more recently with a specimen from Currituck County by R.K. Peet.image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia vulgarisCommon Mugwort, Felon HerbRoadsides, pastures, fencerows, disturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia dracunculusTarragon, Silky Wormwood, Dragon WormwoodDry, open areas.ON west to AK, south to IL, MO, OK, TX, NM, AZ, CA, and Mexico; Eurasia.image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia frigidaSilver Sage, Prairie SagewortRoadsides and open disturbed areas.Native of northern and western North America and Eurasia.image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia mexicanaWhite Sagebrush, Silver WormwoodPrairies, forest openings, disturbed areas.MO, NE, CO, UT, and CA south to TX, NM, AZ, and Mexico. Reported for c. TN (Kartesz 2015).image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia carruthiiCarruth's Wormwood, Kansas MugwortDry grasslands; eastwards adventive in disturbed areas.NE, CO, UT, and NV south to OK, w. TX, NM, AZ, and n. Mexico (BCN, CHH, NLE, SON).
AsteraceaeArtemisia tridentata ssp. tridentataBig SagebrushDisturbed areas, waif from horticultural use.Native of w. North America.image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia filifoliaSilver SagebushDry prairies and dunes, especially in sandy soils.SD, WY, and NV south to c. OK, c. TX, NM, AZ, and n. Mexico (CHH, COA, DGO, TAM).
AsteraceaeArtemisia scopariaWaif on ore piles.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
AsteraceaeArtemisia verlotiorumChinese MugwortRoadsides, other disturbed areas.Native of China.image of plant

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