Liriope

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Lush dark green foliage persists, even in winter. Lavender flowers are attractive at garden or woodland edges and in rock gardens. Good drought and cold tolerance. Moderate growth rate.

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Hosta

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Hosta

Perfect for the shaded garden! An outstanding foliage plant, excellent as an edging or specimen in perennial gardens or mixed plantings or as a small-scale ground cover. Attractive with ferns and astilbe. White or lavender lilylike flowers.

False Spirea

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False Spirea

Striking flower plumes in a wide array of colors, outstanding in the shaded or woodland garden. Attractive planted with hosta, ferns or Japanese iris and especially attractive near water. A beautiful, long-lasting cut flower, fresh or dried.

Tickseed

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Tickseed

Shining stars of the perennial garden, these abundantly blooming compact plants produce small daisylike flowers that may attract butterflies and songbirds to the garden. Combine with purple cranesbill, red bee balm and blue bachelor button for a fabulous blend of color and texture. Remove faded flowers for continuous bloom.

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Details

Common name

Liriope

Botanical name

Liriope muscari

Variety

Evergreen Giant

Zone

USDA 6 - 10

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Bloom time

summer

Light

part sun

Height

18-24" (46-61 cm)

Habit

tufted

Water

weekly during dry spells

Feed

use all-purpose

Maintenance

mulch to reduce weeds