Penstemon

PENSTEMON A genus almost exclusively American, it contains some of the showiest species any gardener could wish for, and in terms of plants not seeds we have the largest selection, we think, in the world. Most are fairly easy to grow, the main problem is die-back, we have been trying to select the most resistant clones and think we have some good ones, including a few rather difficult dwarf western species.



Product Image Item Name- Price
Penstemon albidus (lavender)

Penstemon albidus (lavender)

Another cute little Penstemon for the rock garden. Unlike straight albidus which has white flowers, this selection has a very attractive creamy-lavender cast.
$8.00

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Penstemon arenicola

Penstemon arenicola

Small foliage, cute and slightly glaucous with dense whorls of blue flowers on short clusters.
$8.00

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Penstemon caryi

Penstemon caryi

A small, 10-40cm Penstemon with sky-blue flowers. Found only in parts of the Bighorn Mountains in Northern Wyoming. Very rare in cultivation and of course in the wild.
$8.00

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Penstemon digitalis Huskers Red alba

Penstemon digitalis Huskers Red alba

Attractive mounds of purple foliage give rise to tall scapes with large clusters of pink buds that open white; this is a popular border species that can serve as an alternate foodplant for checkerspots.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Penstemon hallii

Penstemon hallii

A classic alpine Penstemon, these are from a Bradshaw collection in Park Co CO at 11,100', the compact tufts of foliage are nearly hidden by the short dense scapes of flowers, and for general rock garden use, this is one of the very best species, see photo Rocky Mountain Alpines, the one in Penstemons does not do it justice.
$8.00

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Penstemon laricifolius

Penstemon laricifolius

A tiny little tuft of very narrow leaves with spikes of big, pale pink or lavender flowers in summer. Very showy, and very cold hardy, but demands perfect drainage to be happy. Zone 4, probably colder. -Joseph
$8.00

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Penstemon laricifolius ssp laricifolius

Penstemon laricifolius ssp laricifolius

Our plants of this subspecies look very similar to our plants that arrived without the subspecific epithet above, but they're from two different sources, so if you want genetic diversity (and you should, really. Diversity is a good thing in the garden as in life) you might want to try both. Zone 4, probably colder -Joseph
$8.00

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Penstemon montanus ssp idahoensis

Penstemon montanus ssp idahoensis

$8.00

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Penstemon pinifolius 'Iron Man'

Penstemon pinifolius 'Iron Man'

Seedlings ex Alplains from this almost non stop blooming clone with vibrant tangerine flowers, hopefully they come fairly true but at worst you will get some nice plants with a good compact habit.____ZONE 4
$8.00

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Penstemon pinifolius 'Magdalina Sunshine'

Penstemon pinifolius 'Magdalina Sunshine'

An improved version of the above, more and bigger flowers, better habit, bla bla bla.____ZONE 4
$8.00

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