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Image of Lunaria annua photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Honesty, Moneyplant)

Money plant, also called honesty, is one of those garden flowers folks know without knowing it. Its enormous round, flat seedpods are popular everlastings when dried and sold at florist's shops and craft stores. They look like stems of shimmering coins. The generic name, Lunaria, refers first to its round, moon-like seedpods but the specific epithet, annua, is misleading because this Eurasian native is actually a biennial.

In the first year, money plant produces a basal rosette...

Image of Lunaria annua ssp. pachyrhiza photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Honesty, Moneyplant)

Money plant, also called honesty, is one of those garden flowers folks know without knowing it. Its enormous round, flat seedpods are popular everlastings when dried and sold at florist's shops and craft stores. They look like stems of shimmering coins. The generic name, Lunaria, refers first to its round, moon-like seedpods but the specific epithet, annua, is misleading because this Eurasian native is actually a biennial.

In the first year, money plant produces a basal rosette...

Image of Luzula nivea photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Snowy Woodrush)

Pretty, chives-like white flowers top the grass-like foliage of snowy woodrush in early and midsummer. An evergreen, tufted perennial from southern Europe, it is fast growing but only slowly spreads its underground stems (rhizomes).

The grassy leaves are thin, flat, grooved and rise in tufted basal clumps. On the leaf edges are tiny, criss-crossing white hairs. In summer, tall stems rise above the clump of foliage and display loose clusters of many small, shiny white flowers. The overall visual...

Image of Mascagnia macroptera photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Yellow Butterfly Vine, Yellow Orchid Vine)

Producing fairy-like, airy groupings of yellow flowers in the warmth of summer, yellow butterfly vine gets its name from the large keeled seedpods that resemble plump butterflies. Native to the tropical forests of northern Mexico, it is an evergreen climber with lance-shaped green leaves. During the warm months from spring to fall, there are loose clusters of the yellow, five-petalled flowers among the leaves. They are not likely pollinated by butterflies, but by various species of bees that favor...

Image of Molinia caerulea photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Moor Grass)

A tidy tuft of green foliage, purple moor grass adds charm in summer with wispy stems topped with tiny purple-pink flowers that ripen to bronze seeds in autumn. An herbaceous perennial grass, it is native to southeastern Europe and central to southwestern Asia in moist soil areas, such as moors and marshes.

This clump forming grass has long, linear blades that slowly taper to a fine point. Often purple-tinted at the base, the blade is a medium green. The flowers are airy softly arching plumes...

Image of Molinia caerulea

Mark A. Miller

(Moor Grass, Variegated Moor Grass)

A tidy tuft of green and ivory colored foliage, variegated moor grass adds charm in summer with wispy, mustard-golden stems topped with tiny purple flowers that ripen to bronze seeds in autumn. An herbaceous perennial grass, it is native to southeastern Europe and central to southwestern Asia in moist soil areas, such as moors and marshes.

This clump forming grass has long, linear blades that slowly taper to a fine point. Each blade is a medium greenwith cream-toned stripes. The flowers are...

(Moor Grass)

Tall and impressive in its size and stature, tall purple moor grass adds charm in summer with wispy stems topped with plumes of purple-pink flowers that ripen to bronze seeds in autumn. An herbaceous perennial grass, it is native to southeastern Europe and central to southwestern Asia in moist soil areas, such as moors and marshes.

This tall, clump forming grass has long, linear blades that slowly taper to a fine point. Often purple-tinted at the base, the blade is a medium green to gray-green....

Image of Molinia caerulea ssp. arundinacea

James H. Schutte

(Moor Grass, Skyracer Moor Grass)

Linear and upright in habit, Skyracer purple moor grass punctuates its look in summer with very tall stems topped with wispy plumes of purple-pink flowers that ripen to bronze seeds in autumn. An herbaceous perennial grass, it is native to southeastern Europe and central to southwestern Asia in moist soil areas, such as moors and marshes.

This tall, clump forming grass has long, linear blades that slowly taper to a fine point. Each is blue-green to gray-green. The flowers are held upon airy...

(Bells-of-Ireland)

Cherished for their tall verdant spikes of saucer-shaped blossoms, these annuals or short-lived perennials from the Mediterranean and western Asia have been grown in gardens since the 16th century. Each blossom comprises a large, green, white-veined calyx, surrounding a small, white or pinkish, two-petaled corolla. The calyx ages to a parchment-like texture and color. The blossoms cluster in whorls in the leaf axils of upright stems. The plants emit a pungent fragrance when bruised. Of the four species...

Image of Moluccella laevis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Bells-of-Ireland)

Cherished for its spikes of saucer-shaped, apple-green blossoms, this annual from western Asia has been grown in gardens since the 16th century. Each blossom comprises a large, green, white-veined calyx, surrounding a small, white or pinkish, two-petaled corolla. The calyx ages to a parchment-like texture and color. The densely borne blossoms cluster in whorls in the leaf axils of upright stems. The small, rounded, jagged-edged leaves protrude between the blossoms. The leaves and stems emit a pungent...