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Liriope spicata 'Alba' is a low-growing perennial with dark green arching grass-like foliage. It flowers in autumn, producing short spikes of white flowers. A shade-loving plant, it prefers acid or neutral soils, and makes effective ground cover.
|Scientific family||Asparagaceae||Special type|
|Type||Herbaceous perennial||Origin||Asia: ChinaAsia: Japan|
|Lifecycle||Semi-evergreen||Time to maturity||2-5 years|
|Garden style||Cottage/informal Town/courtyard Woodland||Position||Border Underplanting Paths/crevices Rockeries|
|Fragrance||Aspect||North East West|
|Growth Habit||Clump/mound forming||Maintenance||Little or no maintenance|
|Health caution||Additional use|
|Water well before planting and until established. Protect young foliage against slug and snails in Spring.||No date|
|To encourage new growth cut off tired-looking leaves down to the ground. Lift and divide large clumps and apply a generous 5-7cm mulch of well-rotted manure or garden compost around the plant.||late March|
|Hosta 'Clifford's Stingray'||View|
|Soil||Clay Loam Sand|
|US hardiness zone|
|Max mature height||25cm|
|Mature spread||045 cm|