Nolina parryi is a flowering plant that is native to Baja California, southern California and Arizona.
It can be found in deserts and mountains at elevations up to 2100 meters.
DescriptionIt can exceed two meters in height, its inflorescence reaching 4 meters. The trunk is up to 60 centimeters in diameter. Leaves are borne in dense rosettes, each with up to 220 stiff linear leaves up to 140 centimeters long and 4 broad. It is dioecious, with separate male and female plants; the flowers are white, produced on the tall plume-like inflorescence that normally appears in late spring.