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Hi All, I have a number of rogue Arum Lilies up the gully. The bees are collecting the pollen. I know that the Lilies are poisonous to people and animals. What about bees? Can the poison be transferred to the honey? Hoping someone can help me out. Thanks

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The faintly scented flowers attract a multitude of crawling insects and bees, which pollinate the flowers in exchange for food, each one in its own way. The white crab spider, for instance, visits the flower to eat the insects. It does not spin webs, but makes good use of its paleness as an effective camouflage in the spathe.not sure if this is same as in NEW ZEALAND

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