The Sunday Scoop

Does Money Grow on Trees ?

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Does Money Grow on Trees?

You will not need a money tree for these prices, but wait until you see what I have growing in my garden! Take a peek at my scoop, and will see how my garden grows!



Sunday May 19, 2013 by Angela Pelusi

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THIS SALE ENDS TONIGHT!! DON'T MISS OUT ON THESE GREAT DEALS! Prices starting at 2.99!

ANG'S FAVORITE FINDS

I was so excited to get my shipment this week, and so thrilled with the items I had ordered. Here are a few snapshots of my favorites.
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OSTER FLASH SALE HAS BEEN FANTASTIC!

REMEMBER FLASH SALE ENDS MONDAY ! Do you have upcoming Bridal Showers, new grads getting their first "grown-up" place, weddings, or do you need to refresh your cookery? I know I am ready for a new set of pots!

You all know I LOVE a good deal - check out my web-shop - you will love these prices!

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Flash Sale Ends Monday !

Loving this selection! So many different looks! You've seen them in other catalogs and in magazines, but not at these prices! Visit my online shop and check it out!
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My Money Plant - taken in my garden this morning

If you look closely you can see the flat oval shaped discs beginning to form. I love using these in my art work as a symbol of prosperity,translucence, and their beauty as it relates to the moon.


Lunaria annua


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia




Annual honesty

Scientific classification

Kingdom:Plantae

(unranked):Angiosperms

(unranked):Eudicots

(unranked):Rosids

Order:Brassicales

Family:Brassicaceae

Genus:Lunaria

Species:L. annua

Binomial name

Lunaria annua
L.


Lunaria annua, called honesty or annual honesty in English, is a species of flowering plant native to the Balkans and south west Asia, and naturalized throughout the temperate world.

It is an annual or biennial growing to 90 cm (35 in) tall by 30 cm (12 in) broad, with large, coarse, pointed oval leaves with marked serrations. In spring and summer it bears terminal racemes of white or violet flowers, followed by showy, translucent, disc-shaped seedpods with a silvery sheen, 3–8 cm (1–3 in) in diameter, which persist on the plant through winter.[1]



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Etymology [edit]

The Latin name lunaria means "moon-shaped" and refers to the shape and appearance of the seedpods.[2] The common name "honesty" arose in the 16th century, and may also relate to the translucence of the seedpods. In South East Asia, it is called the "money plant" and in the United States it is commonly known as "silver dollars", "Chinese money", or "Chinese coins" because its seedpods have the appearance of silvery coins. In Denmark it is known as judaspenge and in The Netherlands as judaspenning (coins of Judas), an allusion to the story of Judas Iscariot and the thirty pieces of silver he was paid for betraying Christ.






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