Aztec grass, also known as Liriope muscari variegata, is a clumping evergreen perennial plant that is commonly used as a ground cover or edging in landscapes and gardens. It is native to East Asia but is widely cultivated in many parts of the world. Aztec grass grows up to 12-18 inches tall and has long, narrow leaves that are creamy white with a green stripe and have a glossy appearance. In late summer, the plant produces spikes of small, bell-shaped flowers in shades of lavender or white. Aztec grass prefers partial to full shade and well-draining soil that is kept evenly moist. It is drought-tolerant and relatively low maintenance. With its dense, spreading habit and year-round foliage, Aztec grass is a popular choice for borders, mass plantings, and rock gardens.