Where is the African lily native to?

Is African lily invasive?

Some gardeners consider African lilies an invasive weed; dig the plant out by the roots or apply an herbicide to get rid of unwanted plants.

Where is agapanthus from?

Agapanthus originate from the cliffs of the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa, so they enjoy lots of sunshine and are naturally resistant to wind.

Are African lily poisonous?

Agapanthus (also known as African Blue Lily). Although not a true lily (see below!), this plant is also toxic, as when the rhizomes (root bulbs) are damaged they exude a sticky and highly irritant latex-like sap.

Is African lily edible?

There are no edible uses listed for Agapanthus africanus.

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