It is a vigorous plant that will smother shrubs and other small plants. It is difficult to eradicate due to extensive network of shallow roots.
The seeds of Pampas Lily of the Valley may be dispersed by birds and to a minor extent by rats and ants. Root segments are spread by roadworks and dumping of garden waste (Parsons & Cuthbertson 1992).
Pampas lily of the valley is a low sprawling or prostrate herb or vine with stems up to 3 m long.
Pampas lily of the valley (Salpichroa origanifolia) is not declared in NSW under the Noxious Weeds Act 1993.