A literally glowing selection that captures the attention of all visitors to our gardens, 'Okina' Liriope, commonly called Frosted Monkey Grass, features both outstanding foliage and flower color. In spring, new leaves emerge with the top two-thirds or more of the leaf a solid pure white and the bottom third a dark green. As the season progresses the leaves become speckled white and finally to speckled light green. As with other Liriope muscari, it mid to late summer spikes of lilac color flowers resembling hyacinths rise just above the foliage mound. The butterflies and hummingbirds will love the flowers. Eye-catching in garden beds or containers. Get all the details below!