Years ago, when I started the big studio garden, friends were very kind and gave me all sorts of plants from their gardens. So now, it really is a treat to walk around and greet all my old friends in new incarnations. Maya Lightbody was a good friend and mentor to me, in the studio and in the garden, and one of the plants she gave me I have always called the Maya plant because I could never remember it's name. So if any one recognizes it please, could you tell me it's name. It's a big plant, the kind gardeners like to call architectural, with a very round clump of deeply serrated leaves about 3 feet high, and the slender stocks hold the cluster of 3 flowers per stem another 3 feet above the leaves. As you can see the flowers are a pale yellow, about 1 inch in diameter, and wave merrily on any breeze.