There are so many ways to use variegated Aztec grass (Liriope muscari “Aztec Grass”) in the garden. Its silver and green foliage look striking when planted en masse in borders or popped here and there among landscape plantings. Aztec grass is an easy grower in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 to 11.
This variegated selection of Liriope is sure to catch the eye, calling attention to its green and bright white foliage. This evergreen plant has clumping, almost grass like leaves and makes a stunning display when planted end masse. Light lilac flower spikes rise above the boldly colored leaves in summer. Commonly found lining flowerbeds, paths and driveways, this easy to grow ground cover thrives in almost any soil. Or, simply use to brighten up a patio pot. Grow in a partially shaded site, will grow in full sun only if ample irrigation is available.