Liriope Muscari Moneymaker Grasses
Liriope Muscari Moneymaker (Moneymaker Lily Turf)
A fantastic variety with larger flowers than most other types. Liriope Muscari Moneymaker has deep green strap like evergreen leaves from which wiry deep purple stems emerge from late Summer bearing large spikes of rich purple flowers that contrast beautifully with the foliage. These tough and adaptable plants continue to flower well into Autumn.
Liriope Muscari Moneymaker is really useful to bring colour to the front of beds and borders when many other plants are past their best, they love shade so are ideal for underplanting around larger plants and they can look particularly effective in formal garden designs such as courtyards as they always seem to look good. Larger groups make very striking and ornamental ground cover either on their own or with other colours, perfect for cheering darker and more difficult corners of the garden. They are also well suited to containers.
These plants prefer a partially or fully shady situation in well drained soil, they may also be grown in full sun provided a little moisture is retained in the soil, easily sorted in most gardens by applying a generous mulch in spring.
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Liriope Muscari Moneymaker is an evergreen grass-like perennial, they need very little maintenance other than a ‘comb’ through the old foliage removing dead leaves in late winter before growth begins again in Spring.
How to grow Liriope Muscari Moneymaker
Position: Sun or partial shade.
Foliage: Evergreen grass, foliage stays all year.
Soil and site: Any well drained soil, poorly drained and damp soil
Flowering time: Summer
Growth rate: Moderate
Ultimate height and spread: 35cm x 45cm
Hardiness: Fully Hardy
Aftercare: Water regularly after planting and through the first season until established. Tidy up plants in late Winter by removing old and dead growth and the old flower stems before the new foliage emerges in Spring.