lilyturf


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Related to lilyturf: Liriope muscari, Liriope spicata
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Synonyms for lilyturf

Asiatic perennial tufted herb with grasslike evergreen foliage and clusters of dark mauve grapelike flowers

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For example, the names Liriope, Lirio, Lilyturf, and Monkeygrass can all refer to the same plant.
Korean velvetgrass and lilyturf require little irrigation and need only be weeded twice a year.
One option is Liriope muscari, known as liriope or lilyturf.
Common Name: Florists' Monkey Grass, Big Blue Lilyturf
Best of the Bunch Black lily grass (Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens') COMMONLY known as lilyturf, this striking black grass-like perennial which originates from Japan looks brilliant framing the front of a border with its curved, strap-shaped purplish-black leaves, which grow to around 35cm (14in) long.
Pick off leaves which have fallen on Lilyturf (Ophiopogon) RELATED to the evergreen perennial Liriope muscari, the ophiopogon, a small but striking perennial originally from the woodlands of China and Japan, is grown for its dense tufts of grass-like leaves.
BEST OF THE BUNCH LILYTURF (OPHIOPOGON) Related to the evergreen perennial Liriope muscari, the ophiopogon, a small but striking perennial originally from China and Japan, is grown for its dense tufts of grass-like leaves.
growing shrubby groundcovers with arching, spreading branches Creeping Juniperus Dense, mat-like ever- 3-9 juniper horizontalis green shrub; very low-growing Creeping Liriope spicata Grass-like clumps with 5-9 lilyturf purple spikes of flowers in spring Creeping Gaultheria Evergreen, low 5-8 winter- procumbens spreading groundcover; green glossy, minty-scented leaves; fruit is large, red capsule Dwarf Stephandra Dissected, crinkly 4-8 cutleaf incisa foliage; tough, 3 stephandra 'Crispa' feet tall spreading, slightly mounded groundcover, foundation shrub; drapes over walls.
Variegated Lilyturf makes a bold statement in the landscape.
Good choices for you include lilyturf (Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'), known for its grass-like black leaves in the summer, lilac flowers and black fruits.
The plant makes a nice substitute for Lilyturf and Mondo Grass for difficult soils and conditions.
Good choices for you include lilyturf (Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'), known for its grass-like black leaves in the summer, lilac flowers and black fruits, providing stunning colour contrast with the annual Scotch marigold (calendula), with its dark orange, daisy-like flowers.