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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, and gray-green, thick-bladed leaves that are 18–30 in. long. When in bloom, April–June, a 3–5 ft. stem is topped by a dense inflorescence with cream-colored flowers.
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