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  1. Red Penstemon pinifolius Compactum, Penstemon pinifolius Compactum, Compact Pineleaf Penstemon

    Compactum is hands down one of the very best native wildflowers for water-wise gardens. This tiny shrub has a profusion of bright scarlet flowers in late spring and tidy, tight growi...

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    Penstemon pinifolius Compactum Compact Pineleaf Beardtongue Penstemon pinifolius Compactum
    As low as $10.99 Sale $9.89
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Compactum is hands down one of the very best native wildflowers for water-wise gardens. This tiny shrub has a profusion of bright scarlet flowers in late spring and tidy, tight growing branches of evergreen pine needle-like leaves. Perfect for borders or accenting larger perennials. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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  2. Penstemon heterophyllus Electric Blue, Foothills Beardtongue

    Penstemon heterophyllus Electric Blue is a selected form of the Foothills Beardtongue, a small growing evergreen shrub from California, that blooms in late spring with a memorable d...

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    Penstemon heterophyllus 'Electric Blue' Foothills Beardtongue Penstemon heterophyllus 'Electric Blue'
    As low as $9.49
    Per Plant - 2.5" Pot
    Penstemon heterophyllus Electric Blue is a selected form of the Foothills Beardtongue, a small growing evergreen shrub from California, that blooms in late spring with a memorable display of intensely blue flowers. .
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Electric Blue Foothills Beardtongue (Penstemon)

Penstemon | Beardtongue

Zones 3-8 | | Blooming Late Spring - Summer

Penstemon plants (Beardtongue) come in a variety of shapes, colors and bloom times to deliver texture and dimension to your garden across the seasons. Penstemon love hot, sunny, dry growing conditions. A favorite of hummingbirds, Beardtongue are low-care, big-color wildflowers that grow quickly when planted in the spring. Native Americans used Penstemon in a variety of remedies. Please note that many of our selections are best grown in western gardens (denoted by the cowboy hat symbol). Learn more: read our Growing Penstemon article.

 

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