Glory Lilly

  • A deciduous climbing plant that can grow to 2 metres high
  • Leaves glossy, bright green and have tendril-like curled leaf tips
  • Flowers lily-like, yellow with orange-red washes along the end of six ruffled petals
  • Seed pods shaped like a rugby ball with seeds red, drying to brown

Flowering Times

  • October to May

Control Measure

  • Physical – ensure seeds and all parts of tubers are removed
  • Herbicides


  • All parts of plant are extremely toxic
  • Forms dense understorey mats in coastal areas
  • Competes aggressively with native vegetation
  • Dumping of garden waste can lead to major infestations

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