Glory Lily, still available for sale in nurseries, is a serious invasive weed of near coastal areas of Queensland and Northern New South Wales. It forms dense understory carpets in coastal dune systems but also climbs over and chokes native flora. Most infestations of Glory Lily are thought to have been initiated through the dumping of garden waste, but the brightly coloured seeds are attractive to birds. All parts of the plant are poisonous to humans. (framed)
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