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  1. Yellow Penstemon pinifolius Mersea Yellow, Penstemon pinifolius Mersea Yellow, Yellow Pineleaf Penstemon

    Penstemon pinifolius Mersea Yellow (Yellow Pineleaf Beardtongue) is an English selection of our native pineleaf Penstemon grown for its bright yellow tubular flowers that cover the p...

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    Penstemon pinifolius Mersea Yellow Yellow Pineleaf Beardtongue Penstemon pinifolius Mersea Yellow
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    Per Plant - 5" Pot
    Penstemon pinifolius Mersea Yellow (Yellow Pineleaf Beardtongue) is an English selection of our native pineleaf Penstemon grown for its bright yellow tubular flowers that cover the plant in late spring/early summer. This small shrub has attractive evergreen, pine-needle like foliage and a tidy mounding for. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric). 12" tall x 15" wide
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  2. Purple Penstemon mexicali Pike's Peak Purple, Penstemon mexicali Pike's Peak Purple, Pike's Peak Purple hybrid Beardtongue

    Pikes Peak Purple is a superb hybrid variety that blooms most of the summer with large concord grape-purple flowers. The plants are vigorous and have attractive glossy green foliage....

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    Penstemon mexicali Pike's Peak Purple Pike's Peak Purple hybrid Beardtongue Penstemon mexicali Pike's Peak Purple
    $10.99
    Per Plant - 5" Pot
    Pikes Peak Purple is a superb hybrid variety that blooms most of the summer with large concord grape-purple flowers. The plants are vigorous and have attractive glossy green foliage. A 1999 Plant Select winner. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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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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