A perennial herb that grows in the damp and is resistant to negative effects. The plant has a fragrant scent. It is eaten with fresh and tender stems. It is fragrant, delicious, crisp and refreshing, and rich in nutrients. Artemisia reed can be served cold or fried, and the tender stems and leaves are used as vegetables or pickled vegetables. Artemisia sphaerocephala has strong resistance to stress and rarely occurs diseases and insect pests. It is a pollution-free green food and one of the main wild vegetable varieties available in some markets in the south of China.