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MWP: you are right, pic 1 is not a Lily! It is invasive but not as massive as the chicken legs and, I beg your pardon, this is a straight hint, I am convinced that you even do not know the family
for example: "It should be easy for you knowing what it is?"
is this a question or a statement?!?!
"I hope? Or else this must be impossible for whoever does not know!"
At first I taught you are adressing JP, but after reading this line I am not sure! Of course, JP, the quiz poster, knows the Family and the Genus and the species.
Sdravko, thats why I am not the fondest person of some ornamentals. People will throw unwanted plants in the nearby garigue and once the roots/rhizomes/tubers/ you name it are established, then as you said, bye bye delicate, low-growing maltese flora.
JP: Well at least you agree that the flowers' characteristics are Lily like (including ex-liliacea genii like Smilacaceae or Asphodelaceae) from the first glance of the photo. I can understand that it is not really wild species, so I am a bit out of stimulus
However, I try to keep up. 6 petals, 6 stamens, actinomorphic, not Lily. hmmm.... Is it a Monocot ?
MWP- thank you that you coped with my remark that you possibly even dont´know the family (I could write this because even most professional botany experts have never heard the name). My hint: have a look in the book for a family which you have never heard... and compare the pic
Anredera cordifolia (Ten.) Steenis
So it is not found in the 'wild' as naturalised plant right? Can you give us a closer location spot for this plant as I got super curious!.
And 2 in pots in my garden, if you want one you are welcome!
Just keep it locked up...