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Lunaria biennis Seeds...Seed from Money Plant




Type: Biennial
Common Names: Money Plant, Silver Dollar Plant
Height: 18" to 30"
Spread: 8" to 12"
Flower color: Lavender
Bloom time: Spring
Light: Full sun
Water: Average
Soil: Average to Rich
Other info: Known as money plant or silver dollar plant because of the attractive silvery seed pods that remain after the seeds and chaff have been dispersed which are used in dried floral arrangements. I found I really like the flowering plants as well, when they put on a great floral display in early spring. Self-sows.










LUNARIA biennis
Money Plant
** Lunaria Pod photo **


#1365 Lunaria biennis (Money Plant):
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[20 seeds per packet]


#1365 Lunaria biennis (Money Plant):
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[50 seeds per packet]

Germination: Easy germination. Start indoors in spring or summer to plant in autumn. Sow seed in container on good seed starting mix. Cover seeds lightly. Moisten mix and keep mix moist until germination begins. Place container in a location at 70°F. Germination should begin in 6-10 days. Container may be placed outdoors in a sheltered location out of direct sun for germination in spring or summer.

Informational/Photo Links:
1) Lunaria annua Dave's Garden
2) Lunaria in Wikipedia
2) Lunaria annua at USDA

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