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What's My Zone?Perennial
Cultivar Notes - 'Peedee Ingot'
A bright chartreuse to gold grass-like plant that grows in the shade! This selection displays its brightest color in the spring after the new growth emerges. Beginning in midsummer, 12 inch tall, lilac-purple flowers which resemble grape hyacinths appear.
Genus Notes - Liriope
Lily-turf is a very undemanding grassy-leaved, evergreen perennial that tolerates a wide range of conditions. It is most often used as a groundcover or edging plant in shady places.
If plants look shabby in spring, trim the leaf tips with sharp scissors, or just mow back hard. Easily divided in spring. Where hardy, this is an excellent choice for edging, in rock gardens, or in mixed containers. Tolerates summer heat and humidity.