The sap in the leaves and stems of Rohdea japonica is poisonous. After touching, the skin will be allergic and itchy, and dripping into the eyes may also cause temporary blindness. If you eat by mistake, it will cause vomiting, dizziness and other symptoms. However, it will not emit toxic gases, so as long as avoid touching the juice, it will not be poisoned
Evergreen can be cultured indoors. Although its juice is toxic, it is usually not touched, so it can be safely kept indoors. Besides, it not only has good ornamental, but also can purify the air and absorb formaldehyde. And as an Rohdea japonica plant, it also has auspicious meaning.
Evergreen is more suitable for growth in a half shade environment. Indoor breeding should not be placed on the balcony, but in the living room, study and other places. In addition, if there is a child at home, it should be placed in a place that the child can't touch, so as not to break the leaves and contaminate the juice.