WARNING: Very short article below.
Child: Daddy, can you give me money?
Dad: What do you think, money grows on trees?
If Americans only knew what material is used to make cash, they would never mention trees or paper in the same sentence with cash. For everyone who doesn’t know (which is probably 99% of Americans) when money is made trees nor paper is used in the making of this green object. Cash is 75 percent cotton and 25 percent linen (cloth woven from flax). It also contains security threads that glow under ultraviolet light. Although money is made from plants, cotton and flax to be exact, trees are not the plants used to make this object which some people use and many others love.