Answer: Epazote is 'chenopodium ambrasioides', an annual herb that self-sows. It grows 24" - 48" high, in full sunshine, and the leaves are used in Mexican cooking and for Mexican tea. Roemeria is a member of the poppy family, also an annual, that grows in full sunshine. Seeds for both plants are available from: Cyberseeds, P. O. Box 1062, Wenatchee, WA 98807. Phone (509) 662-4467.
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