PENSTEMON SEEDS

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  1. PENSTEMON HALLII

    One of the gems of this race, this short but stunning plant is native to alpine areas in Colorado where it is easily recognised with its large heads of bell-like rather than tubular blue-violet flowers. In the wild it favours the rocky ground of the alpine zone, where it can form impressive mats more than one metre wide with increasingly woody trunks. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  2. PENSTEMON HIRSUTUS

    Native to the eastern Canada and the United States, this attractive and-easy-to-grow perennial species has hairy stems (hence its species name, hirsutus) bearing leaves which are opposite and stalkless. Numerous purple-blue and white trumpet flowers open over an extended period in early and mid summer. This is a very versatile penstemon for full sun to full shade and medium wet to dry soils. ... Learn More

    $3.57

  3. PENSTEMON HIRSUTUS ALBUS

    Another of the easier, drought tolerant penstemons, this one forms a lowish mat of leathery dark-green leaves, with upright stems bearing tubular, pure white flowers. It make a very showy early summer display in the rock garden, foliage turning an attractive bronze-red colour in winter. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  4. PENSTEMON HIRSUTUS MINIMUS

    This rare and tiny plant has long pale purple tubular flowers, darker on top, in early summer. Making a compact cushion of small-leafed stems, it is ideal for a small rock garden or pot on the porch, and although bone hardy from the cold, it prefers a dryish, wel-drained spot. ... Learn More

    $4.00

  5. PENSTEMON HIRSUTUS PYGMAEUS

    Mounds of purple-tinted leaves are soon decorated in spring by long, thin, pink trumpets with white flared mouths opening on striking, purple, thin, dividing stems. When grown with no surrounding competition this dwarf plant makes a superb specimen. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  6. PENSTEMON HUMILIS

    Spikes of bright blue funnel-shaped flowers, dramatically flared at the end, open in whorls along stems covered in ash-colored hairs. This drought-resistant plant grows in open sagebrush scrub, juniper woodlands and rocky ridges, into very high elevations in the wild. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  7. PENSTEMON LYALLII

    An exquisite introduction from Idaho/Montana. A compact overwintering rosette sprouts forth many branching stems heavily laden with large, slightly squashed, deep lavender blue flowers. Long flowering in midsummer. ... Learn More

    $2.95

  8. PENSTEMON MEXICANUS

    This semi-evergreen perennial opens its purple bell shaped flowers, all beautifully-marked in the throat, over a prolonged period in early and mid summer. Coming from Mexico, it prefers a sandy well drained soil in full sun or part shade. It is completely hardy as long as it is not planted in boggy soil! ... Learn More

    $3.26

  9. PENSTEMON MULTIFLORUS

    Two-lipped, ivory-white flowers with protruding and contrasting black anthers open from June to September. This drought-tolerant plant attracts butterflies and bees and is perfect for a hot garden or a rocky or sandy very well-drained spot. Few seeds. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  10. PENSTEMON NEWBERRYI

    This very choice, low-growing, cushion or mound forming rounded shrub is covered with bright cherry red tubular or funnel-shaped flowers, which have white-woolly hairs inside. In the wild it grows in rocky outcrops at mid to high elevations at the northern edge of its range in southern Oregon, the mountains of northern California and Nevada. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  11. PENSTEMON NITIDUS

    One of the very choicest of all penstemons and a challenge to grow, this fabulous semi dwarf plant opens largish flowers of the most intense sky-blue from crimson calyces. Native to the foothills of the Rockies, and adapted to sunny, dry conditions, the leaves are an attractive blue-grey. This is probably the earliest of all penstemons to bloom, in the wild flowers often emerging in late April, sometimes being covered with a late snow. Must have perfect drainage, and is a good contender for a pot for the spring show-bench. Very few good seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $4.43

  12. PENSTEMON OVATUS

    Most penstemons require rocky, fast-draining soil and so need elaborate rockeries creating. The Broad Leaved Penstemon likes and needs moisture and will usually let you manage with any soil, providing it drains well and contains a fair amount of organic matter. It also gives the most dazzling cobalt blue of any penstemon we have ever seen. ... Learn More

    $3.63

  13. PENSTEMON PINIFOLIUS MERSEA YELLOW

    The rarely offered yellow form of the normally red-flowered plant is quite unique. There are no other true-yellow penstemons in existence apart from this wonderful small evergreen shrub. As the name suggest, the small leaves are long and thin, rather resembling pine needles in fact. In a well-drained spot it makes a quite stunning long-lived specimen. ... Learn More

    $4.12

  14. PENSTEMON PROCERUS

    This compact new plant produces many tight trusses of bright purple-blue tubular flowers, which are much loved by bees and butterflies, on a compact shrubby clump. If pruned back in early spring it will delight for years to come. ... Learn More

    $3.08

  15. PENSTEMON PROCERUS BRACHYANTHUS

    Spikes of sizeable, mauve-throated, bright electric-blue, funnel-shaped flowers, dramatically flared at the end, open in whorls along strong stems. This drought-resistant plant grows in open sagebrush scrub land, juniper woodlands and rocky ridges, and continues into very high elevations in the wild. ... Learn More

    $3.32

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