Plant Form Upright perennial bulb herb. Size Up to 50 cm tall. Stem Leafless, erect but can droop as flowers mature. Leaves Emerge from bulb, hairless, straplike, 10-30 cm long. About 6 per plant. Flowers White with 6 petals around a dark, yellowish centre, in clusters of 11-70. Fruit and Seeds Very small, black seeds with warty appearance. Up to 500 produced per plant each season. Habitat Woodlands, forests, pastures, disturbed areas. Distinguishing Features Can be confused with Milkmaids (Burchardia umbellata) but has larger clusters of flowers with more yellowish centres. Impacts Threatens vulnerable bushland, toxic to livestock.
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