A woody-based perennial herb which occurs as a casual garden escape on waste ground and rubbish tips. It also arises from wool shoddy. Lowland.
A. dracunculus was being cultivated in British gardens by 1548 and is popular for its aromatic leaves. It was known from the wild in 1906 (Oxford).
Native of E. Europe, Asia and western N. America.
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