1. He's short on cash. 2. He's broke. (= he has no money) 3. His bank account is overdrawn. 4. He's just scraping by. (= he is just barely surviving on little money) 5. He makes minimum wage. (= he earns the minimum salary) 6. He's pinching pennies. 7. He's scrimping and saving. 8. She's very wealthy. 9. She's quite well-off. 10. She's loaded. 11. She's filthy rich. 12. She inherited a fortune. 13. She's making a killing. 14. She's raking in the cash. 15. She's rolling in dough. #6 and #7 express the idea that the person is trying to conserve money, when they have very little money.
The flowers of your tulsi plant will bring plenty of bees to the garden, so if you want to harvest without risking a sting, head out to your garden first thing in the morning. Clip those parts higher than 5 inches and without flowers for the best leaves. Careful not to harvest more than you need as over-harvesting can harm a not-quite-established plant.