PENSTEMON SEEDS

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  1. PENSTEMON PROCERUS TOLMIEI

    Many tight trusses of bright, purple-blue tubular flowers, which are much loved by bees and butterflies, open like drumsticks on a compact shrubby clump, which becomes shrub-like in a protected well-drained position. If pruned back in early spring it will delight for years to come. ... Learn More

    $3.44

  2. PENSTEMON PYGMAEUS ALBA

    This dwarf, shrubby, evergreen plant is a perfect choice for rock gardens, opening its pure white, tubular flowers in May, and it can continue flowering into autumn. Unless seed is needed, dead-heading after flowering will keep it compact and healthy. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  3. PENSTEMON SERRULATUS

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

    $3.26

  4. PENSTEMON SERRULATUS 'SNOWFLAKES'

    This compact new plant produces many tight trusses of pure white tubular flowers, which are much loved by bees and butterflies, on a compact shrubby clump. If pruned back each early spring it will flower for a long time and delight for years to come. ... Learn More

    $3.26

  5. PENSTEMON SMALLII

    Purple-lilac flowers with violet-striped white throats, and unusually pronounced pointed lips, open on one of the showiest of all penstemons. Rich-flowering, it will self-sow in naturalized conditions, making it perfect for planting on well-drained soils and hillsides. As with all Penstemons, butterflies and bees are regular visitors. In the wild it is native to the rocky slopes of the Great Smoky Mountains. ... Learn More

    $3.87

  6. PENSTEMON SPECIES MIXED

    A wide selection from this increasingly popular group of plants, including both rockery and border varieties, e.g. Penstemon spp. cardinalis, fruticosus, procerus, serrulatus, montanus, ovatus, venustus, virens and many more. Flowering all summer long, once established, these lovely plants will thrive in low fertil­ity soil with little summer water and are a superb choice for dry gardens. The spikes of hooded, tubular flowers come in all colours, and whether for borders, rockeries, bedding or patio containers, they are real winners. ... Learn More

    $3.57

  7. PENSTEMON 'SUNBURST RUBY'

    A new and completely hardy, long-flowering plant, which produces from early summer into late autumn a seemingly endless succession of white throated, bright red flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.38

  8. PENSTEMON TUBAEFLORUS

    A tall and impressive plant, this vigorous specimen produces a tall spike of ivory-white tube-shaped flowers in late spring, which will add a splash of colour to the perennial border when little else is flowering. It dies back each autumn to a rhizomatous rootstock allowing it to survive the most severe winters. In the wild it grows in central USA and is found as far north as Canada. Early season butterflies will find this beauty irresistible! ... Learn More

    $3.26

  9. PENSTEMON UNILATERALIS

    This rare, tallish treasure has sizeable, mauve-throated, sky-blue blossoms concentrated on one side of the stem, (as indicated by the species name 'unilateralis'). Strong stems bear grayish leaves which are long and narrow. Blooming mainly in June and July, this infrequent denizen of foothills and montane zones has a cousin, Penstemon secundiflorus, which also has flowers toward one side of the stem, the epithet 'secund' also meaning "one-sided". Very few good seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $4.12

  10. PENSTEMON VENUSTUS

    This sizeable spreading shrub, with few or no basal leaves, sports strong stems carrying long, upward-facing flowers, which are bright blue to lavender-blue, sometimes with white hairs on the floor of the tubular blossom. In the wild in the USA this plant grows on dry rocky slopes at high elevations. Few scarce seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.51

  11. PENSTEMON VENUSTUS ALBA

    This is the stunning white-flowered form of this sizeable spreading shrub, with few or no basal leaves, sports strong stems carrying long, upward-facing ivory-white flowers, sometimes with white hairs on the floor of the tubular blossom. In the wild in the USA this plant grows on dry rocky slopes at high elevations. ... Learn More

    $3.57

  12. PENSTEMON WHIPPLEANUS

    This upright penstemon has striking, deep burgundy-purple, to purple and black flowers in several clusters on the upper half of leafy stems, which bear lance shaped leaves, with spoon-shaped basal leaves below. It is a drought-resistant plant coming from Montana, the Rocky Mountains, Arizona and New Mexico. ... Learn More

    $3.94

  13. PENSTEMON WILCOXII

    A medium stature penstemon bearing attractive mauve flowers on relatively short stems in mid summer. ... Learn More

    $3.26

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