An absolutely regal blend of emerald green foliage and jewel-like
in late summer, Royal Purple brings the palace outdoors.
(3/8 to 1/2 inch wide) leaf blades, hyacinth-like blossoms and a
growth rate ensure that your garden will be resplendent with color whether it is
Royal Purple sets a stately stage as a
for formal gardens.
Suitable for southern gardens or in shady and dry places where little else grows, you find Royal Purple tolerates heavy shade, a wide range of well-drained soils and is
and heat resistant.
What landscape designers love about this Liriope is the wide range of uses including container plantings, rock gardens, woodland gardens,
plantings, borders, massing, and groundcovers.
When placed in fertile, moist, well-drained soil in
Royal Purple will absolutely blow your mind with lush foliage and decadent blossoms.
Things to Note
If planting in
be sure to
check with your local extension
to confirm winter hardiness in your area.
We absolutely adore Royal Purple placed in clumps beside mounds of
Oertel's Rose Yarrow
The foliage on this trio is enough to fill a garden with gorgeous textural and color interest even without their lovely blooms.
If you are considering purchasing this plant in bare root form,
about bare root plants
so you know what to expect.