Samona Pink-flowering Liriope. I found this cultivar in Japan and it was described as "pink" in the rare plant catalog where I spotted it. But pink might be stretching the truth a little bit. Really, it is the closest to pink of anything that I have ever seen in a Liriope, but it really is a soft lavender-pink. But the flower spikes are the most impressive. They are large and fuller at the base and tapering up to a point in an almost "Christmas tree" form. Its leaves are wider and longer than the species. It is extremely vigorous and can be grown in sun or shade. In the first photo, it is the furthest cultivar to the right.