Liriope muscari (also called Big blue lily-turf)
Grass-like perennial with clustered purple flowers on an upright stem. Useful for autumn colour. Often confused with L. graminifolia.
Flowers in autumn.
Upright habit. H: 30cm S: 45cm
Stem – straight, bronze-green.
Flowers – lilac, almost spherical, clustered on the upright stem.
Leaves - deep green, blade-like
Sun or partial shade.
Moist, well drained, light. Tolerates neutral soil but prefers acid.
Split and divide large clumps in spring or autumn. Generally disease free. Protect young growth from slugs and snails.
Divide plants in spring.
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