Species Aristea bakeri
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From the Latin arista meaning "point, ear of grain." The leaf is invariably pointed.
Named in honour of Colonel H. A. Baker; or the botanist John Gilbert Baker born on January 13, 1834, in Guisborough, England, the son of John and Mary (nêe Gilbert) Baker. Baker’s parents moved from Guisborough to Thirsk, Yorkshire, in 1834.