This plant will grow in Early Spring to mid-Summer with very little grooming needs. The grooming for these plants during the Summer is to align Liriope stems with boarders and lawn edges. This plant can be sheared to various sizes to enhance a yard’s appearance. The Liriope plant will thrive through November. At that time in the Fall, the plant can be cut down to 2-3 inches from the ground for the next year’s Spring start.
This ornamental grass fits many yards’ styles with glowing appearances. Liriope ornamental grass plants can get about two feet tall, however the height can vary depending on where the flower is displayed. It’s one plant that compliments other plants in the yard, evergreens, trees, and perennial bushes.
This is a boarder plant that may bloom given enough sunlight. It still has a pleasant yard appearance with or without the blooms. It does boarder nicely on the edge of existing flower beds, near fencing and near lawns. Neighboring plants to Liriope Muscari plants are tall plants like Yuccas and Iris plants. The Liriope plants tends to not spread as much with other tall plants growing near them. This plant displays well in yard settings with a variegated tall grass appearance.
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