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Honesty, also called money plant, is easy to spot in the garden. It produces fascinating seedpods, about the size of large coins, that have a translucent shimmer to them. It also boasts fragrance and plenty of old-fashioned charm, making it a favorite for cottage gardens. Its sturdy stems, clothed with oval- or heart-shape leaves sometimes rimmed in white, are topped with clusters of white or reddish-purple flowers. The distinctive flat round or elliptic seedpods follow and later reveal a silvery membrane within.
Honesty is not fussy about soil and usually self-seeds to come back year after year.
The loose panicles of white, pink, or violet flowers of milky bellflower assort well with those of honesty for a cottage garden feel. They enjoy similar conditions.Iris
Blooming at the same time as honesty, pale yellow cultivars of bearded iris cool down the sometimes strident color of honesty in full sun.Flax
In summer, perennial flax and honesty make a fine combination in sunny places.