View Full Version : Liriope cut

04-18-2001, 08:51 AM
Ok fellas i have a new customer that has thousands of these darn grasses. She wants them all cut back now but the new growht has started all ready. Anyone up this way knhow if i should cut it or just leave it to grow out?

04-18-2001, 04:06 PM
If the new growth isn't too tall, just cut the old growth higher than normal. Or ask her if she cares that the tips of the new will be sheared. Or just cut off the old growth that has already yellowed and is laying on the ground. That is the most time-consuming option, so you should charge extra for that tedious, careful approach.

Hunter Landscape
04-19-2001, 12:26 AM
tell her to warn ya in time next year. that way u won't she won't have "squared off" tips. :)

04-19-2001, 12:46 AM
Better yet, remind her next year in late February.

04-19-2001, 08:00 AM
So let me get this straight, is it ok to let them go this year and tell her next year we'll get them at the end of feb?

04-19-2001, 11:44 AM
The health of the plants won't be affected, only the appearance. We can't see them, you and the client can. Talk it over with her.

04-20-2001, 12:43 AM
I know you cant see them, i think thats clear, the health of the plant answered my question. I apologize if the intent of my question was unclear. Thank you for the information.

04-20-2001, 12:50 AM
What I mean is that sometimes Liriope looks awful after the winter and yet other plantings of it will look presentable. I don't know how ratty this particular one looks.

04-20-2001, 07:18 AM
I understand, personally i think it looks ok, thanks buddy.