Common name: Arum lily, Calla lily, Jack in the Pulpit
Scientific name: Zantedeschia aethiopica
Hazard associated: Ingestion of the leaves causes blistering and swelling.
- Berries are initially green then turn yellow; may therefore be attractive to children
- Commonly grows wild as a weed.
- Leaves may be completely green or mottled with white patches.
- Other related species may have pink or yellow “flowers”.
- Sap may also irritate the skin.
Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zantedeschia