Native Texas grass with hair-like, bright green foliage. Cream-colored flowers last into winter. Great in dry, loose soils. Drought tolerant.
Dark green grass-like groundcover or border plant. Spreads by underground runners. Grows well in constantly moist soils.
A Texas native with an upright habit and blue-green foliage. Pink-tinted flowers rise above the foliage and fade to tan as they mature.
Very drought tolerant with very narrow foliage. Rose-mauve flower plumes provide an airy effect to the landscape beginning late summer. Suitable for xeriscaping.
Produces rich blue flowers displayed in summer. Good ornamental or edging plant with deeply colored green blades; thrives in a wide range of conditions.
New selection of Liriope in which the foliage maintains its deep green color throughout winter. Good cold and drought tolerance. Showy purplish flowers in summer. Unauthorized propagation prohibited.
Vivid yellow new foliage matures to chartreuse. Lavender-purple flowers above the foliage in late spring. Brightens shady areas as an edging or groundcover.