Close-up picture of variegated liriope with flower
  • Close-up picture of variegated liriope with flower
  • sample of liriope plant in half gallon pot

Variegated Liriope - Lilyturf


Bare-root. Small clump growing in half gallon pot.

Liriope muscari 'Variegata' is a clumping perennial that bears tiny brilliant blue flower spikes in late summer and fall among strappy leaves with yellow green centers and creamy edges.


This slow growing and shade-tolerant ground cover is also called lilyturf or border grass. It is not a grass nor in the lily family but finds itself in the asparagus family.

Grows about 12-16 inches tall.   USDA Zones 5-9.

More Information

USDA Hardiness Zone
5 through 9
Bloom Time
Summer to Fall
Bloom Color
Grown for its variegated foliage
Mature Height
12-18 inches
Light Requirements
Partial Sun (4-6 hrs)
Water Requirements
Average Water Needs
Deer resistant
Gardening Tips
Quite tolerant of wet locations and partial shade.


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