The grape lily Moneymaker is a striking beauty
The Moneymaker lily is also known by the botanical name Liriope muscari Moneymaker. With its dense, grass-like growth and purple flowers, this hardy perennial is a filigree ground cover that can be integrated very nicely into rock gardens, as a lawn border or even into gardens
Liriope Moneymaker makes autumn even more colourful
Evergreen liriope Moneymaker develops grape-shaped flowers in a vivid purple from August to October. They bloom until the first frost and look particularly elegant on the long-stalked leaves. The foliage of the Moneymaker is also very attractive with its straight shape and green colouring. It enhances semi-shady and shady areas and makes them shine in new splendour. After flowering, the lily grape Moneymaker forms dark capsules containing the seeds.
The grapes are very attractive.
The Moneymaker lily prefers shady places
Nutritious garden beds in semi-shady to shady areas are favoured by the Moneymaker lily. The plants, which originate from Asia, nevertheless like it warm in well-drained, low-calcium soil. Waterlogging should be avoided so that the Lily Grape Moneymaker feels comfortable. The Moneymaker lily is particularly popular as a border. Its maximum height is 30 - 40 cm. The muscari muscari Moneymaker grows horstily and forms spurs, which also look good as bed borders.
Liriope Moneymaker adds Asian flair to your garden
In combination with the snake's beard next to beautifully designed gravel beds, you can bring a piece of Asia into your garden. The grape lily Moneymaker also unfolds its decorative character in containers. Well arranged in pots, it beautifies terraces and balconies with its elegant growth habit. In the foreground of taller plants it serves as an eye-catcher and is also protected from strong winds and weather.
Lily Moneymaker is one of the low-maintenance varieties
Rooted in a nutrient-rich and moist soil, Lily Moneymaker does not make great demands. As long as their water needs are met, they develop vigorously and produce many new flowers every year. Plant 12 plants per square metre to obtain a dense area. Since you are buying a potted lily plant, you can plant it all year round. To give the Moneymaker grape enough time to take root, we recommend planting between March and April. With a planting distance of about 25 cm, the grape lily Moneymaker has enough space to develop. You can encourage the growth of the Moneymaker lily by cutting the foliage back to a third in spring. In this way, fresh shoots will soon form. You will enjoy your plants for a long time.
It is hard to imagine many gardens without the grape lily. The perennial has a very beautiful and dense growth. It grows like grassy foliage and can be used both as a ground cover and to plant larger areas with a low-maintenance grass. Liriope muscari 'Moneymaker' also feels at home on balconies and terraces. The grape-shaped flowers do not form until late summer and remain fühlich until the first frost. The purple grapes with the high styles look very graceful. The grape line grows up to 30 - 40cm tall and prefers a nutrient-rich, well-drained soil. It prefers a shady to semi-shady location. These plants are excellent for planting in areas