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Getting Ready for Spring: Liriope

Posted by Lora Zibman in Garden, Lawn | 0 comments

Liriope BOrder

Liriope (also known as Monkey Grass) can enhance your landscape as either a border or weed-resistant ground cover. SEL uses a lot of liriope in our commercial and residential landscaping installations throughout the Southeast. There are many varieties of liriope; Liriope Spicata is an aggressive spreading ground cover, while Liriope Muscari basically stays where you plant it. One of our favorites is Big Blue. Liriope is hearty, survives in wet and dry conditions, thrives in varying light conditions, serves as greatLiriope Ground Cover erosion control, and is evergreen.

If you have liriope in your landscape, now is the time to trim them up for new Spring Growth.   The easiest way is to set you your mower to its highest setting to cut off the tattered leaves. Fresh, beautiful foliage will quickly regrow in March.



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