(White Plains Beardtongue)
400 seeds $2.25
Penstemon tubaeflorus has pure white flowers on tall stems in early summer. It is native to the Great Plains, so it tolerates a fair amount of moisture. This species is a lovely garden plant that looks good with everything. Nice for cutting.
One day I saw Penstemon tubaeflorus after a hard rain storm, and it wasn't even phased. Hundreds of water droplets hung from the flowering stems, sparkling like diamonds!
Also known as White Plains Beardtongue. Hardy perennial in zones 4-9.
Sowing Penstemon tubaeflorus Seeds
Start seeds indoors in late winter. Barely cover with soil, then refrigerate for
6 weeks. Full sun. Spacing 15".
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