Widely used for decorative use, Italian Lily will decorate green walls or fences aas weel as provide privacy. It can also be grown in pots and planters. It was used against pharyngitis, bronchitis and colds, although its use is currently discouraged due to its toxicity.
Evergreen up to 60cm. Long, lanceolate leaves that grow from the base, whitish on the upper side and yellowish green on the underside. Flowering with a creamy white spathe and a fleshy yellow club-shaped spike. Its berries grow in reddish clusters, but they are not edible.