This member of the
Asparagaceae was described by Carl Linnaeus 1753. It was original found in
Southern Africa, but it seems like there are more plants in
Australia to day, causing real problems as a weed. It grows in peat
or well-drained soil with some water and sun. The bulbs gets two centimetres in diameter, the slim stems will climb for 1,5 meters.
The small flowers are white, and the plant can be reproduced both
by seeds and bulbs.
It may been renamed
by A.A.Obermeyer in 1984 to Myrsiphyllum declinatum, member
of the Liliaceae???