Liriope muscari is a species of herbaceous flowering plants from East Asia. Common names in English include big blue lilyturf, lilyturf, border grass, and monkey grass. It is a perennial with grass-like evergreen foliage and lilac-purple flowers.
The liriope plant (Liriope muscari), some call “giant evergreen lily turf” displays gorgeous lavender or violet-purple flowers and helps bring more color to any garden. The Liriope grows easily and features dark green grass like foliage. After the flowers die off, Liriope produces small, blackish berries that remain into the winter. Purple flowers of Liriope muscari used as a landscape border plant. Thanks to the late summer flowers, winter berries, and evergreen leaves, this plant offers year-round beauty and is often used for garden borders. Liriope Muscari is also known by the common names Monkey grass, Lily turf and Big blue lilyturf. It is native to Taiwan, Japan, and China and belongs to the Liliaceae family of plants.