- Latin Name
- Zantedeschia Angustiloba
- The Yellow Arum is a perennial herb. The rootstock of the plant is a fleshy rhizome with several buds; the leaves appear in October. The flower spathe is a deeper, richer yellow than that of the cultivated yellow arum; the leaves are unspotted. No part of this plant is used for food or medicine. It flowers in November.
- Grows amongst rocks on dry hillsides at Tsolo, and also on Insizwa Mountain, at Mount Ayliff.