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I've had liriopes for years, located under the crab apple tree at the back end of the side yard and back yard gardens. They're fairly simple plants, looking like clumps of broad-bladed grass and bear simple flowers in the summer. As part of the rebuilding of the side yard garden in 2010, the landscaper planted three variegated liriopes that will spread as ground cover under the new dogwood tree. Here they are.
Here are the old all-green liriopes.
The new liriopes have put out lots of new growth.
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