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The scientific name of the plant is Artemisia Drancuculus.
It belongs to the Asteraceae family.
It originates from the countries of East Asia, but it is also found in Europe and North America.
It is a perennial, herbaceous shrub that grows up to 120-150cm with slender branched stems.
The leaves are lanceolate, 2-8cm long and 2-10mm wide, glossy green. Each plant grows many and strongly branched shoots.
The flowers are small, yellow or light green and bloom from late summer to October.
It is a plant that grows best in sunny areas but can also grow in areas with a lot of sun.
Tarragon leaves contain iodine, potassium, vitamin A and C.