Definition of sea wormwood
: an aromatic, somewhat woody, Eurasian perennial herb (Artemisia maritima) growing chiefly in coastal areas or in saline soil and having woolly leaves and racemose panicles of tiny heads of yellowish to reddish hermaphroditic flowers
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