An aromatic southern European shrubby woody plant (Artemisia abrotanum) having finely divided grayish foliage and globose, nodding, creamy-white flower heads. Also called old man.(noun)
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Use "southernwood" in a sentence
"I am going to call the southernwood 'appleringie' after this."
"The "southernwood" or "old man," cultivated in cottage gardens on account of its fragrance, is another species of it."
""I am going to call the southernwood 'appleringie' after this."