Money Plant (Lunaria biennis) - 20 Seeds
• American Grown Seeds
• USDA Zones: 2-9
The Money Plant, also known as Honesty, Moonflower, and Silver Pennies, is a captivating heirloom flower with a rich history. It is cherished for its unique silvery seed pods that resemble coins, making it a symbol of prosperity and abundance. In the spring, this plant showcases delicate purple or white flowers, which later give way to the trademark translucent seed pods. These pods are often used in dried flower arrangements or as a natural curiosity in the garden. A conversation starter, this plant serves as a reminder of nature's unique beauty and the prosperity it brings.
Sow seeds directly outdoors in the spring or autumn. Plant seeds about 1/4 inch deep and 10-12 inches apart in a location with full sun to partial shade. Water regularly until established. Plants will bloom in their second year and then produce the characteristic seed pods.