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MONEY PLANT - Lunaria biennis
This fun novelty plant has great blooms in early spring... Though generally grown for dried arrangement. The seed pods develop into what looks like money growing on a plant. The money is actually the large flat seed pods, and are about the size of a quarter. They are used a great deal in decorating. The stems of seed pods are picked and made into arrangements. Often they are spray painted gold or silver. This will grow and leaf the first year to bloom the second and as it is a biennial will die after blooming, however, they are heavy reseeders and will make a permanent addition to your garden. Don't want lots of them developing in your garden? Just cut off the seed pods you don't want!
Zones: 3 through 9
Height: Up to 3 ft.
Flower Color: Pink
Plant Type: Perennial
Light Requirement: Sun – Partial Shade
Bloom Time: Early Spring - Summer
Seeds per Packet: 25+/-
Is this wildflower invasive: No
Is this wildflower endangered: No
Is this wildflower edible: No
Is this wildflower medicinal: No