Penstemon heterophyllus

Blue bedder. A highly variable subshrub or perennial to 2’ tall with an equal spread. The thin, glabrous, linear leaves are deep green to green-blue, and the spring and summer blooms are rosy-violet with blue or lilac lobes. The unopened buds are yellow-tinged, adding additional color to this handsome native species. Drought and heat tolerant, blue bedder is best cultivated in warm, sunny, well-drained sites. Hardy to 10F. California. Common name synonym: Beard tongue

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