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Related to lilyturf: Liriope muscari, Liriope spicata
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Noun1.lilyturf - Asiatic perennial tufted herb with grasslike evergreen foliage and clusters of dark mauve grapelike flowers; grown as ground cover
liliaceous plant - plant growing from a bulb or corm or rhizome or tuber
genus Liriope, Liriope - sometimes placed in family Convallariaceae: lilyturf
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The team coated clippings of chrysanthemum and lilyturf with luminescent MOFs and then exposed the plants to UVC light for three hours.
Ones with strap leaves, like lilyturf, or plants like mountain pine, with needles, are also not on their menu.
PLANT OF THE WEEK LIRIOPE MUSCARI Big blue lilyturf, pictured right, is a low-growing herbaceous perennial.
As shown in Figure 9, this formula includes six herbs: Dwarf Lilyturf Tuber, Radix Glehniae, Barbary Wolfberry, Chinese Angelica, Dried Rehmannia Root, and Szechwan Chinaberry.
An early randomized controlled trial (RCT) [18] showed that antipruritic prescription (Radix Stemonae, Xanthium sibiricum, clove, lotus leaf, honeysuckle, Sophora flavescens Ait., Portulaca oleracea, and dwarf lilyturf) was superior to calamine lotion in attenuating acneiform eruption caused by targeted anticancer agents.
1 Peace Lily 2 Chrysanthemum morifolium 3 English Ivy 4 Red-Edged Dracaena 5 Variegated Sansevieria 6 Cornstalk Dracaena 7 Gerbera jamesonii 8 Broadleaf Lady Palm 9 Lilyturf (Liriope spicata) 10 Devil's Ivy (Pothos) has
For small pots you can plant them with colourful heuchera or Tellima grandiflora or with the black lilyturf, Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens'.
But grass-like groundcovers such as Liriope (creeping lilyturf) are well-suited to much of the country and needs mowing just once a year, she says.
Potential biological control of weed in rice fields by allelopathy of dwarf lilyturf plants.
Good choices for you include lilyturf (Ophiopogon planiscapus "Nigrescens"), known for its grass-like black leaves in the summer, lilac flowers and black fruits, providing stunning colour contrast with the annual Scotch marigold (calendula), with its dark orange, daisy-like flowers, which needs full sun to be at its best.
For example, the names Liriope, Lirio, Lilyturf, and Monkeygrass can all refer to the same plant.
Korean velvetgrass and lilyturf require little irrigation and need only be weeded twice a year.