Square 3.5" pot, annual but self sows
With a name like Sweet Annie how can you not want to grow her?
This herb grows tall up to five foot so place get in the back of an herb garden or flower bed. Off of a center stem feathery fronds grow up the tall stem that create a soft and airy look.
Little tiny ball like buds appear and open to yellow flowers on each frond towards Autumn. The color changes from green to golden brown. This is the time to cut it if you don’t want it to self seed. Hang it upside down in a bundle to dry for fall arrangements. The scent is unique, one of its own that I happen to love. Use it fresh in summer bouquets too.