1 gal. Big Blue Lily Turf Flowering Shrub with Abundant Blue Flower Spikes Rising Above Arching Grass Form
The Big Blue Lily Turf is commonly known and grown for its pleasing foliage as it is dense with narrow, bowed dark green leaves as well as thickly clustered small purple flowers that show in late summer. Eventually, the blooms turn into black berries that last into winter. This plant is stout and solid, growing up to 18 in. tall and wide and is well suited for USDA zones 5 to 10. Favoring light, moderately fertile, acidic and moist, well-drained soil, in full sun or partial shade, the Big Blue Lily Turf also endures full shade but will bear longer foliage and grow more slowly. These hardy plants have many attributes including a deer and rabbit tolerance, drought, heat and humidity resistance and they are essentially pest and disease free. Another popular attribute to this plant is that it performs well in dry shade. Big Blue Lily Turfs make excellent edging plants and are very useful in mass planting or when used in ground cover.
Big blue lily turfs survive well in dry shaded areas
Big blue lily turfs make sensational edges and are very favorable in mass planting or ground cover
Many attributes including a resistance to rabbit and deer and a tolerance to heat, humidity and drought, the big blue lily turfs are a highly popular plant
Blooming in late summer, the big blue lily turf produces small purple flowers that turn to black berries