Thanks to Holly, Phil, Sue and Michele for their suggestions and comments.
It appears that the lillies are most like a pest when found in an area where
they are not native, and consequently do not live in a harmonious symbiosis
with other creatures/plants/organisms, being food and finding food as well.
If there is a market for the plants, transported to the rock pool and pond
building sector in urbania, I should leave that to others to discover more in
The best tip on meeting the plants half-way ( none of that eradication talk,
now) would be to import a species of fish called White Amure, which folks
claim have good to mixed results.
Good old handwork when the plants may least like it...when putting on new
growth...may also do the trick.
High and Dry
and Doing What I Orter
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