ISABELLA, Dense Ground Cover Or Border | Landscape Gardening Plants

ISABELLA® Liriope muscari ‘LIRF’ PBR | Landscape Gardening Plants

Isabella® is a one mow per year lawn alternative or border. It really stands out due to its denser, more compact fine leaf foliage when compared to the standard Liriope muscari. Given time, or planted close together, it will form a dense ground cover or border.

In summer, Isabella has a distinctive display of showy pink flowers throughout the top of its foliage.

Isabella is drought and frost tolerant, and is suited to both full sun and full shade positions. Good for very cold areas, or very hot humid regions.

Isabella is the one mow per year lawn alternative. This encourages new growth and keeps Isabella looking clean.

Isabella grows to about 40cm high, with a wide spread of 50cm, making it an excellent ground cover or border that is so easy to grow!

It is a better border than Mondo and a better lawn than Mini Mondo. Isabella is quicker establishing, recovers better from damage and is much better in the sun than Mondo.

Isabella now available in plugs

Isabella is now available in easy to use plugs online from Diversity Plant Propagation.

Bonnyrigg Garden Centre is now selling Isabella plugs. Coming soon to other nurseries.

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