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Plants Matching liriope

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Image of Liriope photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Lilyturf)

Lirope is a standard groundcover for shady locations, and there are about eight species that make up the genus. All have grassy foliage and originate from regions in China, Japan, Taiwan or Vietnam. There is some controversy about the classification of the genus, but most place it in Liliaceae (the lily family).

The arching plants are perennial and evergreen or semi-evergreen. They are clump-forming and spread via rhizomes (lateral underground stems). Their linear, blade-like leaves...

Image of Liriope gigantea photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Giant Lilyturf)

Shade gardens wouldn't be the same without this hard working big bold perennial lilyturf. Its vigorous carefree growth and adaptability allow it to tolerate many less than favorable conditions. Giant lilyturf is a semi-evergreen plant native to much of eastern Asia where it is included in both Chinese and Japanese traditional gardens.

The plants have dense spreading clumps of arching strap-like leaves that are glossy and dark green. They are easy to divide and spread around once established....

Image of Liriope gigantea

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Evergreen Giant Lilyturf, Giant Lilyturf)

This tall, large-leaved lilyturf offers spikes of violet flowers in midsummer. ‘Evergreen Giant’ is also noted for its ability to withstand full sun without suffering foliar burn.

Shade gardens wouldn't be the same without this hard working big bold perennial lilyturf. Its vigorous carefree growth and adaptability allow it to tolerate many less than favorable conditions. Giant lilyturf is a semi-evergreen plant native to much of eastern Asia where it is included in both Chinese and Japanese...

Image of Liriope gigantea

James H. Schutte

(Giant Lilyturf, Merton Jacobs Giant Lilyturf)

This tall, large-leaved lilyturf offers spikes of violet flowers in midsummer. Super Green Giant™ is an improved form of ‘Evergreen Giant’, which boasts darker, coarser foliage and higher vigor. It is also noted for its ability to grow well in full sun without suffering foliar burn. This exceptional cultivar was developed by Randall Merton Jacobs of Bushnell, Florida and introduced by Plant Development Services Inc. of Loxley, Alabama in 1999.

Gardens wouldn't be the same without this hard...

Image of Liriope muscari photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Big Blue Lilyturf)

This is one of the most popular groundcovers for shade. Lilyturf originates from the forests of eastern Asia and has grassy arching leaf blades. This clump-forming perennial spreads over time via rhizomes. Its flower spikes appear in late summer. Each upright stem is covered with many small, bulbous flowers that may be lavender, violet, purple or white. These are followed by black berry-like fruits that appear in fall and are eaten and spread by birds.

This popular groundcover grows best in...

(Big Blue Lilyturf)

The showy 'Aztec Gold' has white spikes of flowers and green leaves edged with thick pale yellow bands.

A grass-like evergreen perennial, lilyturf originates from the forests of eastern Asia. It has long and narrow leaves that grow in lax, fountain-like, spreading clumps. This selection has spikes of white flowers that appear in late summer. These are followed by black berry-like fruits that appear in fall and are eaten and spread by birds.

Lilyturf grows best in good soil with average...

Image of Liriope muscari

James H. Schutte

(Big Blue Lilyturf)

This popular, clump-forming perennial groundcover produces lilac flower spikes in late summer that stand tall above the foliage.

A grass-like evergreen perennial, ‘Big Blue’ lilyturf originates from the forests of eastern Asia. Its dark green leaves are long and narrow and the plants grow in lax, fast-spreading clumps. It has spikes of lilac flowers that appear in late summer. These are followed by black berry-like fruits that appear in fall, which are eaten and spread by birds.

Lilyturf...

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James Burghardt

(Big Blue Lilyturf, Cleopatra™ Lilyturf)

Selected for its large, thick, curvaceous blades, Cleopatra™ is bolder than your average lilyturf.

A grass-like evergreen perennial, lilyturf originates from the forests of eastern Asia. It has long and blade-like leaves that grow in lax, fountain-like, spreading clumps. This selection has spikes of showy deep violet flowers that appear in late summer. These are followed by black berry-like fruits that appear in fall and are eaten and spread by birds.

Lilyturf grows best in good soil...

Image of Liriope muscari

James H. Schutte

(Big Blue Lilyturf)

Named for its unique pink conical spikes of flowers 'Christmas Tree' offers a little more of a floral show than others.

A grass-like evergreen perennial, lilyturf originates from the forests of eastern Asia. It has long and blade-like dark green leaves that grow in lax, fountain-like, spreading clumps. This selection has conical spikes of soft pink flowers that appear in late summer. These are followed by black berry-like fruits that appear in fall and are eaten and spread by birds.

Lilyturf...

(Big Blue Lilyturf, Gold-banded Lilyturf)

The variegated blades of ‘Gold Banded’ are broader than average and marked bands of pale gold along the edges. In late summer, it produces pretty spikes of lavender flowers.

Lilyturf originates from the forests of eastern Asia and has grassy arching leaf blades. This clump-forming perennial spreads over time via rhizomes. Its flower spikes appear in late summer. Each upright stem is covered with many small, bulbous flowers of lavender. These are followed by black berry-like fruits that appear...