Being the Greek equivalent of the Roman deity Diana, Artemis was the twin of Apollo and goddess of hunting and wild animals. Among the wild flowers of the British countryside, there is a tall and attractive plant named after her, Artemisia vulgaris although the common name of Mugwort doesn't sound quite so complimentary.
Reseda luteola). Also called Wold or Dyer's Weed, it is a stately plant. Culpepper has this plant as a way of combating 'thick phlegm' and 'gross humours'. Lovely..!