PENSTEMON SEEDS

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  1. PENSTEMON ALPINUS

    This stout beauty displays showy, dense, terminal racemes with large, rich blue flowers, above broad lanceolate leaves. It is a native of rocky sites in sub alpine regions in Wyoming and Colorado, where it lives at elevations up to 6,000 feet. ... Learn More

    $3.07

  2. PENSTEMON AZUREUS

    This lovely blue-purple penstemon with thick bluish green leaves is native to the foothills and middle elevations of the Sierras where it thrives in sun to part shade with good drainage. It is drought tolerant and more importantly, one of the more garden tolerant ones. Refined, neat, and tidy, in warmer countries it will attract hummingbirds if you place it on or in a rock wall ... Learn More

    $3.78

  3. PENSTEMON BARBATUS

    Native to the western United States, this attractive plant has spikes of clustered, tubular, scarlet blossoms, bearing yellow hairs on their lower lips all arising above basal rosettes and stems bearing lance-shaped mid-green leaves. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  4. PENSTEMON BARRETTIAE

    This rare, beautiful, and newly-introduced penstemon has thick, leathery bluish-grey leaves and long, tubular rose-purple flowers. In the wild it clings to cliffs and rocky outcrops and would make a beautiful introduction to gardens as it is hardy, drought tolerant, and easy to propagate. This seed was obtained from a reliable specialist nursery. ... Learn More

    $4.10

  5. PENSTEMON 'BLUE FOAM'

    This is a lovely bright form of this species from the mountainous western states of the USA, where it decorates the hillsides with compact clumps of white-throated, pale purple, tubular flowers in spring and early summer. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  6. PENSTEMON CAESPITOSUS

    Penstemon caespitosus forms can vary from around 2" to 12" and this is one of the larger selections, making a low compact clump, which produces countless white-throated, purple-blue tubular flowers on short stems in spring and early summer. ... Learn More

    $3.65

  7. PENSTEMON CAMPANULATUS

    Very hardy evergreen clumps produce long tapering stems of red and deep pink trumpet flowers from early to mid-summer. Cut back heavily in early spring for a long season of bloom. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  8. PENSTEMON CARDWELLII

    Amongst the easiest penstemons to grow, these plants form a dwarf evergreen shrub with long, oval, leathery leaves, which in the winter turn purplish. The relatively large, purple-blue flowers open over a long period. ... Learn More

    $3.52

  9. PENSTEMON CONFERTUS

    This very rare but surprisingly easy-to-grow species, bears densely crowded spikes of a true lemon-yellow, making it the only genuinely yellow penstemon. In the wild it grows locally in moist open or wooded places, sometimes in meadows or by streams, and in lowlands and foothills in the Rockies, as well as in Montana and Alberta to British Columbia, Oregon and the Wenatchees of Washington. Very few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $4.61

  10. PENSTEMON CYANEUS

    Robert Nold, respected author of 'Penstemons', sums this amazing plant up thus: "A stunning plant in impact, equal to any meconopsis. Gardeners are not equipped to hand such things as this without being permanently prejudiced against things of just ordinary beauty!" For those prepared to take the challenge, it is very frost hardy, but being a native of sagebrush communities, demands a well-drained, meagre soil, and not soaking in winter, to amaze your visitors. This fabulous plant is native to the western United States in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. ... Learn More

    $5.06

  11. PENSTEMON DAVIDSONII MENZIESII

    A very desirable plant, with dense, compact, spreading mats of tiny green leaves carrying heads of large violet snapdragon flowers in early summer. It looks good whether trailing over the edge of a stone trough or in a selected spot on the rock garden in sun and well-drained soil. ... Learn More

    $4.10

  12. PENSTEMON DIGITALIS 'GOLD FOIL'

    New and discovered here! Sprays of lilac-pink tubular flowers open on shortish stems clad in golden yellow leaves, which age to burnished bronze in bright sunshine, and incredibly do not scorch in the sun. This extremely lovely plant was discovered here as a foliage sport some years ago, and subsequent seedlings slowly re-selected until the plants come acceptably true from seed. A brand new and novel foliage penstemon, and possibly the best discovery since the darker leaved variety, Husker's Red, was discovered, with which it makes a perfect companion. One image shows both for comparison. ... Learn More

    $4.10

  13. PENSTEMON DIGITALIS 'HUSKER RED'

    Beetroot-coloured stems and foliage form a superb background to the swaying stems of rosy-lipped, palest pastel pink tubular flowers. This imposing and unusual-coloured foliage plant may be seen at its best where it can contrast with other paler flowers ... Learn More

    $3.20

  14. PENSTEMON ERIANTHERUS

    Two-lipped lavender flowers with long purple hairy stamens open in June to September. This scarce, drought-tolerant plant, that attracts butterflies and bees, is perfect for a hot garden or a rocky or sandy, very well-drained spot. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  15. PENSTEMON EUGLAUCUS

    The "Glaucous Beardtongue" grows on dry forested slopes on the Western coast of the USA, where it covers the ground with low, glaucous-leaved hummocks bearing true-blue, yellow-bearded flowers, in tight trusses. ... Learn More

    $3.26

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