Liriope muscari 'Moneymaker' has light violet flowers and blooms in the period August-October.
The Liriope muscari 'Moneymaker' is suitable as a ground cover and likes to be placed alone in a semi-shaded spot. The soil must be well drained. Moneymaker has relatively large flowers compared to other Liriopes.
By mid-March, the ugly leaves and faded flowers can be cut to 5 cm (2") above the ground. New leaves will appear by April. You can split out older plants (cut, share and replant) to give them a rejuvenated effect.