I presently have several varieties of wormwood growing. The Artemisia Absinthium is the one most well known for Absinthe, but all of them have medicinal properties.
Most are extremely hardy and drought tolerant. You would want to make sure it gets regular watering (not soggy) the first summer, but after they get established only occasional watering is necessary. Artemisia is also a good insect repellent, and not bothered by pests.
The wormwoods like full sun, or if you are in a desert climate, some mid-day partial shade is appreciated. I am in So. Cal so I have few nights at or below freezing in the winter, but I would guess these plants are hardy down to zone 4.
The medicinal properties increase in the plants with age. I would not consider harvesting any until the plant is at least two years old. Depending on what you had in mind, the article below might be useful to you.
Edited by Skywatcher, 09 August 2020 - 08:50 AM.