... where it's not about the camera.
That's what my mother and my grandmother always called them as well. It made for nice childhood illusions and fantasies, but was quite a disappointment when I became old enough to realize how much those "coins" are actually worth.
I loved those when I was a kid. Now we can't get rid of them from our yard because they spread like weeds :-)
I'd go with Muenster Cheese plant.
I've never seen this plant before. As usual, lovely photo work.
Lunaria annua or Lunaria rediva. It's also called Honesty, for the way the seed pods become translucent in the winter.
Thanks for that info Jeffrey! Sounds like you know your plants.
I always thought it was called money plant because when the seed pods dry they turn a silver color and resemble a silver dollar.
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