It is a plant with green-blue foliage, its flowers are lilac and it is widely used in gardens.
The big blue has an approximate size of 20 cm.
Its ideal reproduction would be in 12 months and it can be exposed to the sun and the shade.
The Liriope Super Blue plant is an improved addition to the more common Big Blue Liriope muscari that grows slightly longer and can tolerate more direct sunlight.
This versatile ornamental herb can instantly transform any garden with its striking lavender blue blooms and fierce spiky dark green foliage! It features abundant spikes of blue flowers with bluish-purple blooms towering above your lawn with tufted like foliage from spring to summer. After the flowers bloom in early spring, clusters of black berries follow.
CARE LIRIOPE SUPER BLUE
This plant prefers moist, clay soils and areas of partial shade, but will tolerate dry soil conditions once established. The super blue liriope for Florida is quite hardy and is tolerant of heat, humidity and drought during the summer months ... it is also tolerant of salt spray.
Its lavender flowers bloom best in full sun and resemble grape hyacinth. More grass will grow with dark green leaves in the shade. Make sure to provide well-drained soil types.
Liriope Super Blue has excellent resistance to cold. The super blue liriope size can grow up to 15-18 inches tall and wide and up to 2.5 feet wide.
Plant care includes regular watering the first year after planting to establish a strong root system. Divide clumps that form clumps early in the spring growing season to encourage spread.