Liriope ‘Peedee Ingot’

Liriope muscari Peedee Ingot7

Continuing on the yellow theme, here is a patch of the clumping Liriope muscari ‘Peedee Ingot’ in the garden.  I just love the bright golden foliage that seems to glow at night from reflected moonlight.  This cannot spread, and is not the same species as the weedy Liriope spicata, which can take over the garden.  I think this is one of the most exciting perennial introductions of the last quarter century.

4 thoughts on “Liriope ‘Peedee Ingot’”

  1. Hey Tony, I am curious to know what the name of the hosta is on the left side at the top of your blog. It’s the one with the dark green with lighter greenish/grey center. Also, do you still carry it, I would love to have one.

    Thank you very much and I enjoy you emails & blog.


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