A mohawk of vibrant
blades of foliage illuminates tired gardens with the fusion of fresh color John Burch paints wherever he is planted.
grass-like member of the Lily Family, John Burch features golden, variegated, arching, slightly twirled leaves and
spikes, making it highly sought after.
Additionally, John Burch is almost indestructible in stubborn areas like
(where it will prove a force against
where roots impede other grasses.
He also puts up with
heat, humidity and even
making John Burch a go-to plant for troublesome spots.
And did we mention
deer tend to avoid
You will also find, though, that John Burch is perfect as a ribbon of green around the
of a bed or as a graceful slew of bowing blades planted in mass.
Given acidic soil to root in, a
area and moist soil, you will have absolutely no trouble with this variety.
Of course you'll find, with his
moderate growth rate
John Burch will be low maintenance in both sun and shade.
A gorgeous Liriope with delightful flower spikes and foliage, John Burch is the kind of plant gardeners use time and time again because it is so trustworthy.
Things to Note
If planting in
be sure to
check with your local extension
to confirm winter hardiness in your area.
If you live in a southern zone, you'll find John Burch remains
However, keep in mind, he will prefer some shade in your region.
For greatest variegation, consider a sunnier local as John Burch's variegation tends to fade in shade.
If you are considering purchasing this plant in bare root form,
about bare root plants
so you know what to expect.