White lilies are flowers grown from white lily seeds planted in a flower patch, requiring 58 Farming. When fully grown, white lilies protect all nearby allotments from disease. Harvesting it from the flower patch yields one white lily.
Unlike other flowers, the white lily cannot be used on anchovy oil to make imp repellent. White lily can be used to make supercompost.
A tall leafy floral stem that bears several fragrant white flowers. These sweet-smelling beauties take pride of place in any garden. Although magnificent, white lilies have a dark side. While reasonably harmless to humans, if ingested by a cat, the results are often fatal. The white lily symbolises chastity and virtue and as such, it has become a potent symbol among Saradomin worshipers. Some even believe that Sardomin[sic] himself created the lily to improve the crops of his most cherished followers.
- — Gielinor's flora - flowers
- ↑ Only dropped by Grown versions.
- Unlike RuneScape 3, white lily flowers do not turn to ashes as they are picked.
- White lilies are fatal when ingested by cats, according to the book Gielinor's flora - flowers, which is also true in real life. However, there is no interaction with kittens or cats whether planted or in item form.