Samantha is the 'girl next door' of Liriopes with her picture-pretty preen of green foliage and 'sweet-sixteen'
blossoms that appear in late spring and early summer on an abundance of
She's vigorous, content in both
(3/8 to 1/2 inch wide) bands of blade-like foliage that seem to wave as you pass by.
This robust foliage forms a dense mat once established and is great for
Ideal for rock gardens,
and general landscaping, Samantha
and prefers well-drained soil.
When you place Samantha in your garden, you get a
moderate growth rate
and an earlier blossoming variety of Liriope that offers plump cotton-candy pink blooms making people feel like they've stepped inside a Monet.
Things to Note
Samantha would prefer a bit of shade in southern zones.
If planting in
be sure to
check with your local extension
to confirm winter hardiness in your area.
We recommend trying a mixture of Samantha and
for sequential blossoms.
Samantha will arrive first with pleasant pink blossoms followed by Monroe White's classic,
Monroe White will then offer berries giving this space color all season long.
about bare root plants
(especially the paragraph about bare root grasses) so you know what to expect.