Sunday, June 6, 2010


Liriope is a popular ground cover or an edging plant on the perimeter of flower beds. For most of the year, they are just a mounding, evergreen plant. But then the violet flowers come alive here in Houston in June, with just the right touch of rain and sun. Today it was raining and I took the opportunity to photograph some of the blooming liriope.
In recent years, a new variety has appeared with silver and golden flowers in place of the lavender color of multiple flowers on a small stalk. I have a few that are of the golden variety and will post those later.

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