Traebert's White Liriope. I was given this selection of Liriope by J. C. Raulston of NCSU, which since his death, the arboretum that he founded there has been re-named the J. C. Raulston Arboretum. He was without a doubt one of the most inspiring plantsmen I have ever met, next to my Prof. Fred Thode at Clemson and Michael Dirr at UGA. The main difference in this cultivar and Liriope muscari 'Monroe White' is that this one will grow in full sun without the foliage burning, which is not true of 'Monroe White.' The leaf blades here are slightly more narrow than 'Monroe White' also. From these containers, one can get a number of divisions.