Originally from South Africa the Arum Lily is a large clumping plant commonly planted as a garden ornamental that has escaped in temperate areas and as far as South-east Queensland. Dense clumps of Arum Lily replace the native understory and in wet, swampy habitats it can impede water flow. The tuber-like roots and rhizomes, leaves, flowers, (especially the yellow spike), fruit and seeds are poisonous as well as being a skin and eye irritant to humans, livestock, and pets. (framed)
Please note, this artwork is currently on exhibition at Belconnen Arts Centre and will not be available for pick-up or delivery until the exhibition has closed. Please check the Belco Arts website for exhibition dates.