Nolina parryi is a flowering plant that is native to Baja, Southern California, and Arizona. It's the largest of this yucca-like genus, with woody stems growing from the plant base. Stiff, spiky, gray-green, thick-bladed leaves form a rounded mound. When in bloom, mid-spring – early summer, an upright stem is topped by a dense inflorescence with cream-colored flowers.
Mature size: leaves 18-30 in T & W; flower spikes 3-5 ft T
Minimum temperature: 0° F