75 seeds $2.00
Lunaria annua blooms in late spring with fragrant, purple flowers followed by disc-shaped, silvery-white, paper-like seed pods that inspired its common names - Silver Dollar, Money Plant and Honesty. The seed pods are used in dried flower arrangements. Lunaria makes a great addition to the wildflower garden. It attracts bees and butterflies. It also makes a good cut flower. Lunaria annua is a hardy biennial in zones 4-8. Shade-tolerant. Easy to grow. Self-sows. Also known as Lunaria biennis.
height 24" spacing 12"
Sowing Lunaria annua Seeds
Sow lunaria seeds outdoors in late spring to late summer, 1/8" deep. Full sun to part shade.