The silver dollar plant (Lunaria annua) bears seeds in a flattened, papery layer of tissue that dries out and turns a silver-white color. This plant tends to self-seed once established. In the spring, purple and pink flowers appear.
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Karen Carter has spent the last three years working as a technology specialist in the public school system. This position included hardware/software installation, customer support, and writing training manuals. She also spent four years as a newspaper editor/reporter at the Willapa Harbor Herald.