The plant in question was growing in a partly shady area of a private garden belonging to Pierce Community College. This garden is in the Los Angeles area of California with lots of sun and heat. The leaves of the plant are extremely reminiscent of Sea Lavender leaves, except the folding in the foliage is much more dramatic in the plant I saw, and the leaves are a few inches longer, about 7-8 inches on average. The leaves of the plant I saw were also brighter green than Sea Lavender. I saw this plant during its flowering season about mid-Spring and a couple hours ago towards the end of this particular specimens flowering cycle. The flowers are up on stalks, and are almost identical to the colors and layout of Kniphofia uvaria. I actually have new pictures of the plant now, although it appears it is not as healthy as it was before. Anyone know what it is now?