This grower is sure of this plant identification.
10 lily turf (Liriope muscari) plants for 3 pounds each. Variety unknown. I didn’t see the flowers of these plants but, I assume, these are typical Liriope (Pictured. Flowers in September.). I’ve planted them into 2 litre pots at the end of last summer. There is some damage from snails on the old leaves but this is not noticeable from a distance and the new growth is emerging. These were established plants. They are slow growers and they will tolerate shade and sun.
Blue lilyturf, Blue-eyed grass, Lilyturf
Liriope muscari (Blue lilyturf). This species is grass-like shiny with dark-green foliage which is evergreen, The flowers are violet-purple, hyacinth-like flowers. The blooms are followed by dark berries which are ornamental. It will make an effective edging, ground cover or border plant.
Grow in full sun or part-shade in well-drained soil. Before new leaves appear, trim back existing leaves for an overall improvement in shape and vigour.
Ground cover, border, edging, with black berries in autumn. Under shrubs, containers