Lunaria annua. Brought to America by Puritans, this old heirloom is also known by such colorful names as Judas’ Penny and Moonwort. Plant Honesty Lunaria seeds in spring in sun or partial shade and enjoy mauve flowers, followed by distinctive papery seedpods. These start out flat, circular, and green, but become silvery white and paper-like as they mature, making excellent dried displays. The seeds are easy to harvest from within each pod for seed saving and sharing. Lunaria grows to about 90cm (35″) tall, and makes a good mate for Foxgloves in shady areas of the garden.