Money Plant flowers and seed pod
If the answer is yes, I will bring some branches of the plant to the meeting tonight. We have had a bumper crop.
As you can see from the picture, they have a lovely flower and are used a lot in dried arrangements after the seeds have formed.
The outside "husk" needs to be gently remove to show this fine, papery thin seed pod. Regrettably you have to destroy the pod to get to the seeds, but you can enjoy them dried first, then get the seeds later.
Our are reseeded every year by Mother Nature so they can be planted in the fall and in fact will be one of the first plants you notice in late Winter/early Spring. Cold does not seem to bother them.
The site I used to get this picture is http://www.swallowtailgardenseeds.com/perennials/money_plant.html