Scientific Name: Nolina parryi S. Watson
Synonym: Nolina bigelovii ssp. parryi, Nolina bigelovii var. wolfii, Nolina parryi ssp. wolfii, Nolina wolfii
Recommended Temperature Zone:|
Sun Exposure: Full sun
Origin: USA (Southern California, Arizona), northwestern Mexico, up to 4000 feet elevation (1200 m)
Growth Habits: Shrub, up tot 15 feet high (4.5 m) 6 to 10 feet spread (1.8-3 m); short trunk; stiff leaves with small teeth on their margins, 2 to 3 feet long (60-90 cm), up to 0.8 inch wide (2 cm)
Watering Needs: Little water, drought tolerant
One of the largest Nolinas, it is salvage restricted and harvest restricted in Arizona.
Flower spike, up to 6 inches in diameter (15 cm), 4 to 10 feet long (1.2-3 m), with dense clusters of tiny cream flowers, in spring (April to June).
Arizona list of protected plants