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To the eye, sweet Annie's silhouette looks somewhat like asparagus. But its scent is quite distinctive—pleasing to some, irritating to others. In China, It's known as qing hao; elsewhere, people know it as annual wormwood or wormweed, which befits a member of the wormwood genus. Sweet Annie's flowers and fruit are multitudinous but so small that they're almost impossible to see. The multitude of flowers produce a multitude of seeds, which has allowed the plant to spread from its native Asia and northern Europe to virtually all parts of the temperate and subtropical world.

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