This hardy perennial isn’t as invasive as its relative Mugwort (A. vulgaris).
The plant enjoys a full sun to part shade position in rich, moist, well draining soil.
It’ll grow to about 1.3m in height but it can be cut back to create a shorter, bushier plant.
White Mugwort is used in Asian cooking. You can add the young stems to salads and the leaves can be cooked as a vegetable. When taken as a tea, it is said to improve digestion.