John Burch

John Burch

Liriope muscari variegata

Wide width foliage dense lavender flower spikes, Yellow margined variegation less variegation in shade. This rhizomatous or tuberous evergreen or semi-evergreen perennial is grown primarily as a low maintenance ground cover. It is best when used in large sweeping masses rather than spotty, individual clumps. Produces dense spikes of vivid violet-mauve flowers in early fall to late fall. Both drought and shade tolerant, this versitile plant can grow in full sun or moist sites just as easily. It does however, prefer acid soil. Excellent on slopes or at the base of trees where roots will not permit grass to grow. To maintain an attractive appearance, cut back tops each February before new growth begins.
Mature height 12″

Hardy zones 6-11

Sun or shade