Liriopes laying flat

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Liriopes laying flat

Postby Greenleaves » Sun Jun 26, 2011 2:35 pm

I have a line of liriopes edging a palm garden & most are looking beautiful but the last few mths I have 2 that are just laying flat from from the centre out.
Like something has laid on them but I also have another one in a high garden that wouldn't be touched & it's looking the same.

What could this be? Is it a different variety? should I dig them out & replant?
We have our sons wedding here Sept 30 & I have to move fast!
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Re: Liriopes laying flat

Postby jsavins » Tue Aug 30, 2011 12:16 pm

Hi
I am not sure but they could just be dormant at the moment give them a week or so and see if you can see any improvement
cheers Jenny
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Re: Liriopes laying flat

Postby cazza » Thu Aug 23, 2012 6:44 pm

I live in a cool climate (southern highlands nsw) and the liriopes here are fine. Is it a bit dry where you are?
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