Aromatic and perennial, yellow genepi is a small plant with greyish, woolly foliage. The plant forms a ball the size of a fist with leaves whose cutout is typical of wormwood. Its flowers are tiny, golden yellow in color and appear during the summer in the form of stalks which constitute what are called the sprigs of genepi. It grows at altitude in often inaccessible sites such as cliffs and rocky ridges. It can withstand several meters of snow during the winter. Rich in essential oils, and with a pleasant smell, genepi are still considered by many guides to the Alps as an infallible remedy against the failures that hikers and climbers might encounter.
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